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Wednesday, October 9 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Disability & Game Development

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Disabled and neurodiverse game developers face a number of difficulties working in the games industry. In this panel, a group of disabled games developers from different disciplines will discuss their experiences and issues surrounding the creation of games while disabled. Topics include how being disabled influences their work, challenges that they have encountered due to their disabilities, ways game development could be made more accessible to disabled game developers, and why they all enjoy making and playing games.

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avatar for Zala Habib

Zala Habib

Zala is a Game Designer at the newly founded Studio Mayday. She has worked on many solo and team projects and showcased her games around the country at conventions, conferences and exhibitions. Receiving the IGDA Velocity Scholarship in 2019, she is also a strong advocate for diversity... Read More →
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Cameron Hopkinson

Cameron Hopkinson is a composer and programmer based in Wellington. They are an honours graduate in composition from the New Zealand School of Music and are in their last year of an honours degree in software engineering at Victoria University of Wellington. Cameron is one of the... Read More →
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Meredith Hall

Meredith is a producer, marketer and business developer, aiming to help create positive change against challenges faced by ANZ indie developers. She is co-founder of Accessibility Unlocked, and focuses on diversity and understanding as pillars of support structures and production... Read More →


Wednesday October 9, 2019 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Room 109

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