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Do Not Forget

It has been a while since GamerGate. In the industry, time has passed. There are companies and developers who no longer were part of that painful and horrific time. They reclaimed Pepe the Frog and have no idea what seeing… Continue Reading →

Comfort Games

I’ve been at Sweden Game Conference all week. I did a talk on UX workflows that I’ll get back to later on. I did however have several conversations with a bunch of women in the games industry or about to… Continue Reading →

I See You

This post is more about putting thoughts on paper than a finished hypothesis. It has to do with the (potential) conflict between identification with the avatar and the limited selection of said avatars, primarily because most of them are written… Continue Reading →

I Don’t Want to Be a Superstar

Here’s a thing. I’m not particularly passionate about games. I’m not a ninja or a rockstar or even a unicorn. I don’t live for games. I’m never going to be a superstar. I’m a solid, dependable (I hope) designer with… Continue Reading →

The Freedom to Create

I’m sure you’ve heard it at some point. That feminists are having a negative impact on the creativity of game developers. That whenever a game is seen as “politically correct” someone is there to point out that this isn’t the… Continue Reading →

The Power of Gatekeeping

If you are in any way part of gaming culture, you’ll know that gatekeeping is part of that culture. To my mind, and as part of a completely unproven hypothesis on my end, gatekeeping is about power. The power to… Continue Reading →

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