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Joshua Darlington's Blog

 

THE ART OF BRANDING WITH THE ATTITUDE OF ENTERTAINMENT

Services Include:
STRATEGY - Design Research, Experience Mapping, Opportunity Definition
DESIGN -  Experience Design, User Interface Systems, Content Creation
TECHNOLOGY -  Functional Prototyping, Web App Development, Content Management Systems

Small Business: Web design and management (aesthetics, usability & conversions). Digital campaign strategy and management.  

Video Games: Game writing consultant at Focal Press; Narrative Designer on Bello Galactica mobile game; AAA Sound Designer and Digital Audio Team Lead at Stargate Studios; Game audio for independent developers.

Entertainment: Development Coordinator at KGM LA; TV Writer on “Dip Shitz” pilot for Palm d'Or Productions; Composer for APM music library with licensees including PBS and A&E: Assistant to Story Coordinator at Paramount Television’s “Hardcopy” (internship); Reader and Development Assistant at Double Play Productions (internship);.

Magazine/Blog: Contributing Writer to Gamasutra, Ultraculture, and Tablet Magazine.

Music: Professional Recording Artist with international distribution from 1994-2009 under the names “Prince Charming” and “Lovecraft Technologies”; Assistant to producer at A*Vision, Atlantic Records; Audio Engineer and Sound Designer at NYU TSOA graduate recording studios.

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Member Blogs

Posted by Joshua Darlington on Mon, 31 Dec 2012 07:35:00 EST in Design, Social/Online
20th century science fiction is obsolete. 21st Century Science Fiction is about abundance, transparency, individuality, life extension, x-tech, polymorphism, singularity, and synthetic exobiology.


Posted by Joshua Darlington on Wed, 26 Sep 2012 10:57:00 EDT in Design, Social/Online
What are the hot entertainment platforms for the 21st century?


Posted by Joshua Darlington on Sun, 16 Sep 2012 01:03:00 EDT in Design, Console/PC
20th century based science fiction is obsolete. This is an introduction to tech trends for new 21st Science Fiction. Abundance, transparency, individuality, life extension, x-tech, polymorphism, singularity, synthetic exobiology, and etc.



Joshua Darlington's Comments

Comment In: [News - 02/18/2016 - 08:10]

Trained professional dramatic writers think ...

Trained professional dramatic writers think of their craft in terms of: r n motivation r n choices r n character conflict r n r nUntrained non writers think of writing as: r n barks r n cinematic cut scenes r n backstory for the game trailer

Comment In: [Blog - 06/19/2015 - 02:53]

If they suck at sound ...

If they suck at sound design or have the wrong approach to sound design that 's one thing, but in my experience people who have a cluster of interests and abilities are better at their job. Ambition can be a good thing.

Comment In: [Blog - 11/08/2010 - 07:56]

I was searching for resources ...

I was searching for resources on Fluxus games and tripped across this post. Thanks for some awesome linkz

Comment In: [News - 01/08/2015 - 09:50]

It was well hidden. I ...

It was well hidden. I think I remember using the bridge to go through some invisible wall and then maybe an invisible maze and then maybe getting picked up by the bat I think there was some weird dot to pick up too It was a long time ago so ...

Comment In: [Blog - 12/02/2014 - 02:07]

I strongly recommend the free ...

I strongly recommend the free Berkeley class on iTunes on Archeology of the South Pacific. Its a brilliant source for building fantasy worlds. Another source that should be more influential is PALM WINE DRINKARD - which is a west African fantasy epic. Mark Twain 's favorite fantasy writer is Cabell ...

Comment In: [Blog - 10/24/2014 - 01:56]

The Hunger Games or Ender ...

The Hunger Games or Ender 's Game seem to be good examples of books hitting the target.