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Jori Hamilton is a writer from the Pacific Northwest with an interest in social justice, feminism, technology, and more. You can follow her on twitter @HamiltonJori
When it comes to landing jobs in creative fields, it can be difficult to determine which path is the right path. This article discusses the different educational/training paths one can take to break into the gaming industry.
Conversations around various career issues for game developers regarding crunch issues and concerns about pay equity and toxic work environments have gone mainstream. Because of these issues, some developers have chosen to work for themselves instead.
Since the pandemic, we've seen many video game companies go remote causing delays and setbacks for anticipated games. This article explores how this can be avoided by facilitating remote success through communication, project management, and other tools.
What are some of the primary areas of accessibility that the gaming industry should be focusing on? As the sector continues to grow, where can additional attention make the biggest difference for gamers and developers alike?
Whether you’re set on developing the next indie darling or you’re tucking back into Ghost of Tsushima for your second playthrough on Kurosawa Mode, there is no reason you should be doing so on a tiny cramped desk or in a frumpy bean bag chair.
What combination of skill sets can best set you up to be an impressive candidate for a role in the gaming industry? How can you best represent your technical prowess in a way that gets you noticed by the right people? Lets take a look.