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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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Three Perspectives on Serious Games

At the end of last year I was invit­ed to give a talk at Cre­ative Morn­ings Utrecht on the theme “edu­ca­tion”. I fig­ured it would be a nice oppor­tu­ni­ty to share the things I’ve learned over the past 5+ years of prac­tic­ing applied game design. I tried to con­nect a wide range of sources with […]

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Playing with Rules workshop at Lift Conference Geneva 2014

We ran our “Play­ing with Rules” work­shop at Lift Con­fer­ence in Gene­va ear­li­er this year. We’d host­ed it once before at Mozil­la Fes­ti­val and before that it was part of our con­sult­ing reper­toire as an exer­cise for clients. Above is a video of the out­comes we had this time around. In the wee­knotes I link […]

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