Games Do Good
At least that’s what the research says. Responsible for breakthroughs in scientific discovery, improved literacy, decreased stress and depression, increased fitness, happiness and fulfillment—games are shown to be drivers to a happier, healthier, smarter world.
Making authentic artifacts for other people that embed complex ideas is the best way to learn those ideas. Practically speaking, organizations need socio-technical designers.
The art and science of making a game! A remarkably interdisciplinary field, games require mechanics, aesthetics, and dynamics (in university terms, we're calling that: computer science, art, and education).
You! Creative agency for everyone is a key feature of a just and equitable society.