Its all in the UXperience

Its all in the UXperience

Its all in the UX-perience The power of user experience design, when and how to begin and the shifting sands of player expectations   When developing any product, be it physical or digital, the goal is essentially the same – make the user happy!  In the...
Arcade bliss

Arcade bliss

Samsung GearVR experience provides a great rendition of the Arcade experience in the ‘Arcade’ app, for anyone yearning for that old school coin-up gaming this is one way of enjoying, without leaving your home or buying an expensive cabinet for the...
Developers meet with UKIE

Developers meet with UKIE

Arch Creatives host UKIE event Speakers included IBM Softlayer, Altara Games, Press Space, Pollen and Unity. Panel included Playground Games, Pixel Toys & You42 VR is predicted to be niche in 2016 but could be profitable for some early entries UKIEs message...
A Spa Education…in games

A Spa Education…in games

New course being designed with AQA Students creating playable games and are better prepared for the job market Local games businesses and leaders working with students to support education “We’re really excited to be putting this together with the help of some legends...
The problem with Like

The problem with Like

Earlier this year there were articles circulating that Facebook were considering a ‘dislike’ button for content.  There was a media explosion as the articles weighed up the merits of voting things to be graded by this realm of judgement over the more...
TESTED

TESTED

I just wanted to mention TESTED to you guys – if you haven’t watched a show yet I recommend you take a look, the guys there do a great job of thoroughly reviewing new technology, software, games and pretty much anything that you might loosely describe as...
VeRy nearly here!

VeRy nearly here!

If you have’t noticed yet, there is a massive sea change in entertainment on the horizon, we’re very excited about VR, I really think this medium will be altering not only how we consume but what we consume in the coming years with immersive and enriching...
A VR predicted wonderland in the 60s

A VR predicted wonderland in the 60s

I tweeted this but after watching I really think it should feature here in our blog, if you have read the post on ‘Wonderland now’, you will see the relevance of this exciting talk by Dr.Paul Chapman.   If you cannot see the video, follow this...
Wonderland now

Wonderland now

If we think of how the video game has evolved in the last 30 years it seems extraordinary, but what about the next 30 years?  What will it look like in the future and how do we want it to develop?  In 1877 the first motion pictures ever were made; they explored human...