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Tinkov has opened a “vacancy Jonathan Ive”, which is ready to give up to 1% of the shares in Tinkoff Bank

Founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of “Tinkoff Bank” Oleg Tinkov announced that he is looking for a designer who “will be his Jonathan YWAM”. About this he wrote on his page in Facebook. According to the businessman, he is willing to give “around the Apple” up to 1% of the shares of the company.

The businessman posted a link to the job Tinkoff Bank. The company is looking for designers who “do not show off” and know how to design for grandmothers. Tinkov said that they need a designer who knows how to design for ordinary people – “grandmothers, cashiers in a supermarket, doctors, programmers and school teachers.”

According to Tinkov, most of the designers, with whom they were working, “can do only design for other designers”. Their work look good on a design site, but completely incomprehensible to people. “If you love grey on grey, thin to slim, and to ****** (nothing) was not visible – right there,” – said in the announcement.

Tinkov added that he needs the man who “could be his Jonathan YWAM”. We are talking about the leading top-Manager of Apple who is responsible for the production of the majority of the company’s products, as well as the design of iOS and macOS.

Until recently, Jonathan Ive-the senior Vice-President of the design Department of Apple, resembling the head of the company Tim cook. Last year, he was appointed chief design Director of Apple. In this role, the scope of activities of sir Ive has gone far beyond computing devices. In particular, it is now involved in interior design of retail outlets and the design of the new headquarters in California, which will accommodate more than 12,000 employees.

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Tinkov has offered “its Jonathan Quince” up to 1% of the shares in Tinkoff Bank. “Waiting for my beloved and our hope,” said the businessman.

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