Oscar Enrique Murillo is a Senior User Experience Designer working for Microsoft’s Strategic Prototyping group. The team, which reports directly to Craig Mundie, Microsoft’s Chief Research and Strategy Officer, is responsible for creating futuristic demonstrations, such as the Microsoft Home of the Future, that illustrate Microsoft’s vision for how technology can enable massive change 3, 5, 10 and even 15 years into the future.
Oscar has been working as a designer for over eleven years, with a variety of companies and organizations including AT&T and InfoSpace, and has been the Design Director for the Computer Human Interaction (CHI) organization since 1998.
Oscar, was born in New York City and has lived all over the world. He studied Product Design in Bogota, Colombia at Taller Cinco, and Multimedia at the Vancouver Film School.