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Franck Fitrzyk's Blog

 

Franck Fitrzyk has a master’s degree in Game Design and Management from Supinfogame Rubika and has worked in the video game industry for several years. Among other things, he was a designer for Eden Games and Ubisoft. He's now a freelance Technical Designer and also teaches video game development in game design  schools. Witnessing his students’ doubts about their career, it was his desire to share his experience that led him to write his first book to help beginners "Starting your career in the video game industry".

He's also part of the Mapcore's community and he is the host of a French podcast called Meet The Dev in which he interviews other game industry workers to talk about their career. 

Twitter: @FranckFitrzyk
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/franckfitrzyk/

 

 

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Posted by Franck Fitrzyk on Wed, 01 Apr 2020 11:02:00 EDT in Design, Console/PC, Serious, Indie, Social/Online, Smartphone/Tablet, VR
As Technical Designer positions are appearing on more job boards these days, it's important to understand what is this role and how it can help a production by improving the workflow of designers to let them focus on creative tasks, not technical issues.


As workers in the video game industry, we have a huge responsibility to participate in the training of our future recruits, we cannot just wait for someone else to do it. Developers, get involved in our juniors' education!


Posted by Franck Fitrzyk on Mon, 27 Jul 2015 03:05:00 EDT in Design, Programming, Art, Indie, Social/Online
There are more and more online game development communities and here's why you need to join one of them.