: London's Victoria & Albert Museum has appointed its first ever Game Designer in Residence, as a means to expose more people to video games as a creative medium.
Sophia George of Swallowtail Games -- a BAFTA winner -- will work alongside the V&A museum and the University of Abertay Dundee to utilize the history of British design from a video game perspective. The aim will be to release a game via the residency by summer 2014.
The museum's residency programme
provides chosen designers and artists with a research and public engagement period in which the individual can engagement with audiences, and show them the creative process behind the design.
Other residencies at the museum currently include those focused on comics, digital design, animation and jewellery.