When news spread that Steve Jobs had passed away on October 5, 2011, people all over the world mourned his death. Apple storefronts quickly filled with flowers, apples, and Post-it notes from fans who wanted to pay tribute to the Apple cofounder and visionary. His work unmistakably touched the lives of millions around the world in profound ways. Jobs had helped create a global digital revolution that affected how businesses and individuals interacted with information in every touch point of their lives. Just three months after his death, Okawa offers us a chance to catch a glimpse into the mind of one of America’s modern geniuses, and one of the greatest American innovators. What was the aesthetic philosophy behind his passionate drive to create products that he described as “at the intersection of art and technology?” What were the secrets to his creativity and the successful sales of his products? This interview reinforces Okawa’s message also echoed by Jobs: success is always in the way we think and in the substance of our goals and ideals.