Andrew Kim, a member of Microsoft's design team, has posted up some of the themes that the group had in mind when it designed the look of the recently launched Xbox One S console.
If the name Andrew Kim seems familiar, it's because that while he was a student at the Art Centre College of Design in 2012, he created some impressive concepts for the Windows Phone OS. He also redesigned the logo for Microsoft and many of its brands, along with a Surface Phone concept. He posted those designs to wide Internet acclaim. Microsoft was not dumb; it quickly hired Kim to be part of its design team, and the Xbox One S was his first project.
On his official web site (via The Verge), Kim posted his look behind the scenes of the Xbox One S's design:
Kim is still working at Microsoft, but on the HoloLens team. Meanwhile, the 2TB version of the Xbox One is now on sale for $399, with the 500GB and 1TB versions due out next week.
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