Steve Capps was codesigner of the Finder and much of the Mac's graphical user interface which in reality was the basis of all interface innovation for the last few decades. Steve continued to refine the Mac OS interface through the '80s, then he joined the Newton Group to help design the Newton OS. In addition to being one of the Newton's original parents, he was also chief architect of Newton OS 2.0, which revitalized the PDA and led to its much wider acceptance. In mid-1994, Apple recognized Steve's contributions by appointing him to its most coveted position: Apple Fellow. Capps holds a bachelor of science degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology.