Game Design After Graduation – Part 2

Albert Shih (@albertshihgames), owner of Pillow Castle Games, and Michael Lee, game designer at Schell Games, discuss the transition from student to Game Designer! Albert and Michael provide great insight on the Game Design field including the growing career paths and advice for graduating students, looking for a jobs.

Part 2 of 2

Game Design After Graduation – Part 1

Albert Shih (@albertshihgames), owner of Pillow Castle Games, and Michael Lee, game designer at Schell Games, discuss the transition from student to Game Designer! Albert and Michael provide great insight on the Game Design field including the growing career paths and advice for graduating students, looking for a jobs.

Part 1 of 2

Game Design and Future Jobs – Part 2

Game designers, artists, and project managers from Google, SimCoach Games, Perihelion Interactive, and Holovis International talk about what it takes to “make it” in the game design industry!

Part 2 of 2

Game Design and Future Jobs – Part 1

Game designers, artists, and project managers from Google, SimCoach Games, Perihelion Interactive, and Holovis International talk about what it takes to “make it” in the game design industry!

 

Part 1 of 2

Student Profile: Allyssa Dangel

This was Allyssa Dangel when she was first introduced to the world of game design through a Zulama course being taught at Elizabeth Forward’s Entertainment Technology Academy. Now, she’s beginning her senior year of high school and succeeding in ways that many could have never imagined.

Dangel’s newly found passion for gaming has taken her to many places including Washington D.C. to speak on a panel at the Reimagining Education Summit in front of a live audience of over 200. Dangel was also granted admittance into Carnegie Mellon University’s National High School Gaming Academy, a selective six week program. During the program, she spent her time developing a portfolio of artwork for her own original game. Currently, Dangel is investigating opportunities to pursue game design at the collegiate level and planning on using the experience she has gained to complete an internship at a gaming company.

We’re always working to interest more students, especially female students, in STEAM careers. We are beyond excited that we could be one of the catalysts that ignited Dangel’s passion for design and helped to shape her future career path! You can read more about Allyssa Dangel’s story at the Remake Learning blog.