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Date: Oct 20, 2020 4:24PM
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the below event just crossed my inbox. the speaker is one of the top
people in the accessible community lucy
The Jacobs Institute will wrap up our fall speaker series, Design
Friday, October 23*, with Bryce Johnson, Microsoft's Lead Inclusive
Designer. Bryce has been designing and considering accessibility in
technology for over 15 years and was part of the team at Xbox responsible
for starting their inclusive design and accessibility practices. He's the
initiator of the first Inclusive Tech Lab at Microsoft, a facility for
people to explore how those with disabilities interact with Microsoft
games, which has now hosted over 6,000 visitors. Bryce is devoted to
ensuring Microsoft products are accessible for all, and is one of the
inventors of Xbox's Adaptive Controller, a gaming device designed to make
gaming more equitable and participatory for those with disabilities.
As always, we would love your help with boosting the event to your channels
and sharing with your student community. This event is free and open to the
public - registration is required
*Friday, October 23, 202012 - 1 PM PDT*
[image: Bryce Johnson Design Conversations.png]
Thank you and have a wonderful weekend!
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College of Engineering | UC Berkeley
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