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Tag Archives: prototyping

Designing Playful Museum Exhibitions

In February of this year I went over to Reinwardt Academy to work with exhibition direction students. I was invited by Mario Jellema to share my perspective on the role of play and playfulness in museums. I enjoy talking to students, but I like working hands-on with them even more. So we turned the session […]

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Unity makes iterative design easy

We are currently in the middle of a project for which we are using Unity 3D to quickly create a working prototype. We had wanted to use Unity for a while now because other tools felt too constrained. Now we finally have the opportunity to do so. Other design companies and departments are also finding […]

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Our approach to design consulting

We’ve been doing quite a bit of work lately that for lack of a better term I’ll describe as “design consulting”. The work is about helping organizations understand how games and play can be applied meaningfully to real-world issues and complex systems. Part of this is us having conversations with people at those organizations. We […]

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