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Project TEDASUKE – a self-development and self-organisation tool for volunteer children’s book readers

VoorleesExpress is a project by social innovation agency SodaProducties. Volunteers read books to children in need of extra help learning the Dutch language. The project is a huge success. It operates in 100 municipalities, employs 4000 volunteers who read 3700 families annually. In the summer of 2015 we worked with SodaProducties to develop a design […]

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Highlights from Play Matters

In my review of Play Matters I talked about why I think it is a must-read for any designer. I thought I’d follow that up with some highlights from the book. These are mostly from the first two chapters. Miguel first talks about what play is. He offers a minimal definition which states that play […]

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Play Matters

When Miguel Sicart’s Play Matters was published in August of last year it immediately went on my to-read list but it took me a while before picking it up. When I did I was immediately hooked. Not since The Well-Played Game have a I come across such a thoughtful treatment of play. Play Matters is […]

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The Gameful City, a preview of my chapter for The Gameful World

This year, MIT Press will publish The Gameful World, a book edited by Steffen P. Walz and Sebastian Deterding to which I’ve contributed a chapter. The book will cover approaches in gameful and playful design, how it can be applied to a range of fields and its common issues. For example, Ian Bogost will expand […]

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An interview with Kars in a book on Utrecht creatives

A few weeks ago Xpert CMKB presented a book on creative entrepeneurs in the city of Utrecht at Kunstgras 2010. I’m quite flattered to have an interview with myself included. Below are photos of the pages in question with links to high resolution shots on Flickr.1 Read about why I started Hubbub and what it […]

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