Pete Denman is a UX Designer at Intel.
He had difficulties at school because of dyslexia.
At age 20, he broke his neck and became paralyzed for the rest of his life.
A couple of years later, Pete started college with an art history class, using help from people who read and write for him because he couldn’t move his hands. He didn’t tell anyone in college he has dyslexia. His success with the first test inspired him, and Pete accomplished a degree in graphic design.
He applied for a job at Intel as a designer.
One of his biggest projects was redesigning the user interface for Stephen Hawkings’ computer that he used to speak.
By: Lyu Gremli