How Gamers with Disabilities Helped Design the New Xbox Adaptive Controller’s Accessible Packaging

From Microsoft Stories:

Gamers with disabilities helped design the elegantly accessible packaging for the Xbox Adaptive Controller.

Excerpt: Twist ties that bedevil. Thick plastic requiring scissors to break open. Tape that gets wrapped around fingers. Those cursed strips known as zip ties.Packaging can be annoying for any consumer (see: wrap rage). But for people with disabilities, it often creates yet another challenge in a world riddled with them, an unnecessary obstacle that leads to frustration and a delay getting to the object inside.