Our client is an avid video game player who desires an accessible Xbox controller. The controller must have wide spacing and buttons on each side due to the client’s limited arm mobility. Additionally, our client developed a website to share out findings for the greater accessibility community.
Satisfy our client’s needs by using the Xbox Adaptive Controller to develop our own unique device. Document each step and produce a step-by-step guide for people interested in developing a game controller and fabricating an electrical device.
Step One: Layout of the Buttons
Step Two: Preparation of Materials
Step Three: Cardboard Prototype
Step Four: Soldering the Buttons and Wires
Step Five: Marking and Drilling the Box
Step Seven: Vinyl Stickers
We created a final logo in Illustrator based on the conversations with our client, which we added to the final box. We uploaded the files to Roland CutStudio, a software that connects to the vinyl cutter. Finally, we shipped the box to our client for user testing. He approved the adaptive controller.