—Steve Hayden, Vice Chairman, Ogilvy & Mather (Retired)
“Ken Segall shows how simplicity in a product requires simplicity as embodied in the company that makes the product. He explains, with countless examples, that when a company's mission, vision, and values embrace simplicity, the result is a successful company that can produce higher quality outcomes with less bureaucracy and mediocrity."
—John Maeda, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and author of The Laws of Simplicity
"How do you appeal to customers when the competition can do virtually the same job? Having the right answer to this question is a matter of brand life or death. Fortunately for us, Segall's practical book gives us exactly the insights we need to succeed in a complicated world."
—Nir Eyal, author of Hooked
“Think Simple is, well, simply stunning! Almost every company makes almost everything unnecessarily complicated and complex and, eventually, bad stuff happens. Segall shows you – step-by-step - how to avoid having this happen to you and your business. An absolutely brilliant book. I endorse every word.”
—Jason Jennings, author of The Reinventors, Think BIG-Act Small and The High Speed Company
About the Author
Ken Segall is the author of the New York Times bestseller Insanely Simple. Working with Steve Jobs as his ad agency creative director for twelve years spanning NeXT and Apple, he led the team behind Apple's legendary Think different campaign, and set Apple down the i-way by naming the iMac. Segall has also served as agency global creative director for IBM, Intel, Dell, and BMW. He is an international speaker on the power of simplicity, and frequently appears on cable and Internet news for his marketing insights.