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Week 285

The best news last week was the go-ahead on SHACHI. We’re excited to start work on that in the new week. Work on the next version of Camparc has started for the STRP biennal. Kars ran a workshop at Berenschot together with Jeroen van Mastright. As research for the workshop I looked to find dilemmas […]

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Week 284

A large chunk of my time this week was taken up with contributing to E-Motive Day, a conference organised by an international network of organisations working on social change of various kinds. We were asked to demo Standing, and talk about our perspective on playful design for activism. People said nice things about both and […]

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Week 196

Last week, Alper spent time leading development on Victory Boogie Woogie and Ripple Effect while I lead the design. For the former, we worked on the final update which should considerably improve the homepage. It’s always a challenge to design ahead of actual content. Now that the game has been running for some time we […]

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Week 171

This week started with a two-day workshop with Jeroen van Mastrigt of WLYW for a startup. We played and evaluated their game, and subsequently suggested a redesign consisting of the same parts but recombined to be more dynamic and generative. Writing on my Gameful World chapter continued. There was a slight hiccup on Tuesday but […]

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Week 162

After last week’s mega-weeknotes I’ll keep these short. Not in the least because they effectively cover two, maybe three days, if I include Saturday. To start with the latter: I handed the students that I have been coaching the past half year at the Utrecht School of the Arts their MA degrees. There were short […]

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