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Friday, June 29 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Panel - Xbox Adaptive Controller: Industrial Design for Inclusivity

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The Xbox Adaptive Controller, amongst other tools and services from Microsoft, help make gaming on Xbox and Windows 10 PC more accessible than ever before. Join Xbox designers and experts from the Cerebral Palsy Foundation, to discuss challenges and opportunities in gaming with limited mobility.  The panel will also explore the industrial design of the Xbox Adaptive Controller, including the inherent importance for the Xbox team to create a controller that looked like it belonged within the Xbox family of devices, and right at home with what gamers expect.

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Chris Kujawski

Senior Designer, Microsoft Device Design Team, Microsoft
As an Industrial Designer on the Microsoft Device Design Team, Chris has worked on products across all of Microsoft’s major hardware businesses. He joined the PC Hardware group in 2007, followed by Surface, and now Xbox, with a focus on handheld input devices. His specialty is collaborating... Read More →

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Richard Ellenson

CEO, Cerebral Palsy Foundation
Richard Ellenson brings enormous vision and energy to the organization. He was the founder and CEO of two companies, Blink Twice and Panther, which helped transform and reimagine the field of assistive technology for people with disabilities. Prior to that, he was an advertising executive... Read More →
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Erin Hawley

Web Content Producer, The Geeky Gimp
Hi, I’m Erin, the creator and editor of The Geeky Gimp. I’m disabled – Muscular Dystrophy, scoliosis, and anxiety/panic attacks. I’ve been disabled my entire life, so I’m used to the way my body works, its strengths, and its limitations. My biggest problem is the way society... Read More →

Friday June 29, 2018 2:00pm - 2:45pm EDT
Starr Foundation