Monthly Archives: May 2014

Mythbusting

#165853072 / gettyimages.com Yesterday I was chatting with my Dad. We have lots in common to talk about, and our conversations often flow seamlessly from one topic to another. I am certain that left uninterrupted, our chat could go on

Posted in learning

The Gamer’s Wish List: The Importance of Play Testing

Today I’m trying something a little different – a video blog generated with Adobe’s new Voice app for the iPad. Enjoy! http://voice.adobe.com/v/LRomvZpciob

Posted in gaming, learning, UX

The Gamer’s Wish List: Get started already!

I have a shocking confession to make: I’ve never played Dungeons and Dragons. I’ve always wanted to play. I’ve just never had the opportunity. My husband, on the other hand, has many wonderful memories running modules, and we’ve recently had

Posted in gaming, learning

The Gamer’s Wish List: K.I.S.S.

Wish 2: Don’t over-complicate things. Especially when you have a good thing going.  Last summer, my brother introduced us to a wonderful board game called Castle Panic. In this strategy game, all players work together to fend of an invading horde

Posted in gaming, learning, UX