Looking to start networking but unsure about how to go about it or how to get started? This short presentation has got tons of tips, tricks, and excellent use of stock photos to help you get you up to speed! Networking Crash Course
Hey everyone, we want to provide as much information as we possibly can to all of our members (and the public too!) to best assist in your game development career. For the newbies and the pros, below are the slideshows for all of the lessons we are teaching this semester, updated as we use them in our club meetings. Week
Sept. 22: Networking Sept. 29: Scope Oct. 06: Fun and Game Loops Oct. 13: Project Management + Business of Game Development Oct. 20: Limitations and Parameters + Designing rules and mechanics Oct. 27: User Interface + User Experience Nov. 03: Storytelling in Every Facet Nov. 10: Affordances and Meaningful Choices Nov. 24: How to Pitch Your Game + Concepting and
We’re really focused on helping people learn the skills they’ll need at the MacEwan Game Dev club, and this semester we have a group of bright eyed and (mostly) brand new game development specialists joining us. The following is an interview conducted by our resident social media guru, Logan, with Team No Name Gaming. (This interview is shortened and edited
How much do you know about what your school has to offer you? I’m not just talking about classes or degrees here, I mean what does your school do that maybe nowhere else in the world does? So many of us go to university paying out tens of thousands of dollars with our heads down, complaining about tuition hikes and
Ideas are weird. And cheap. Free, basically nothing. Go up to any self-respecting business person or creator, and go on, tell them, “I’m an ideas guy!” (Yeah. You, me, and every other person out there. Here’s an idea for you—I accept no responsibility for any hurt feelings on your part when someone, inevitably, laughs in your face. Here’s another idea
Hey everyone! This Friday, September 22nd, Vanessa will be presenting a quick crash course on networking! Stop by room 5-215 at 1 PM for some quick and easy tips, tricks, and excellent use of stock photos. All are welcome!