Tag: Conference Post #1

Conference Post #1: Overwhelmed by Fact

My conference project is centered around the theme of being overwhelmed by facts, more specifically statistics concerning the state of Syria and Iraq during their...

Conference Project Post #1: Come and Play

For my conference project, I decided to keep working on the game I’d started working on for the Black & White Exercise #2 assignment. I wanted...

Conference Project Post #1: Bokeh

My main goal for my conference game was to make a game that I would want to pick up and play almost without thinking, the...

Conference Project Post #1: Space Crisis

While conceptualizing this project, I had Starseed Pilgrim on the brain. Putting together a musical puzzle platforming game would have been way over my head....

Conference Project Post #1: Eclipse

Eclipse began with our first black and white exercise, after we had begun to read Chip Kidd.  It was almost entirely influenced by my want...

Conference Post #1 : A Cup of Rain

For my conference project, I designed a game called “A Cup of Rain.” On the screen, there is a “measuring cup” on the bottom, collecting...

Conference Project Post #1: Standoff

When we were on “Race to the End” earlier this semester, I’ve made a game called standoff. It was a pretty good game overall (I...

Conference Project Post #1: Attendance

Isaac and I are working on a conference game together. The entire semester we have been working on an idea called BridgeBuilder. I’ve mentioned it...

Conference Project Post #1: Particle Synth

This is the initial sketch I drew after we experimented with hider/seekers using vectors. I wanted to experiment with lots of particles seeking around a...

Conference Project Post #1: Valuation Day

Approach: Every ritual demands some sacrifice. For artists, sacrifice ignites a transition of their artistic output into our commodity culture, and further their commodification of...

Conference Post#1: 100% YC Labels

According to Saskia Sassen, branding is the basic mediation between individuals and markets. In order to have a successful urban intervention, it is important to...