Using Badges in a Business

TechnologyAdvice.com provides coverage content on teaching and training games, strategic employee engagement software, and customer loyalty programs and much more. Clark Buckner, the online events manager from TechnologyAdvice, shares the first installment of their Business Technology Whiteboard video series and talks about the advantages of using badges in this article. Whether you like badges or not,…

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Grave Matters: Two Approaches to Making a Game

The year before last, Jeremiah Alexander had two new game ideas. The first was a card collecting game, conceived in response to an emerging trend – let’s call it Project A. The second was based on an impulse to make a minesweeper game – let’s call it Project B.”Project A was approached in classical fashion: production…

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Bronko Blue, the kitten copter: Feedback Can Be a Lifesaver

bytecombo is a two-person indie game studio based in Berlin, Germany founded in 2013 by Katja Krone and Lars Quentmeier. It was formed in order to produce small, cross-platform mobile games. Their first game Bronko Blue, the kitten copter just hit the stores on July 2014. Lars looks at the journey of the game, the…

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How to Test an International Market for Under $100

Running for over three years, OneSky aims to help apps and games capture the global market by going multilingual. Headquartered in Hong Kong, OneSky has served over 1000 clients in U.S and Europe, including Plain Vanilla Games, Frogmind Games, JuiceBox, and Epic Games. Loki Ng, co-founder of OneSky, talks about testing the international market in…

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BeerMaster: How a Drinking Game Shaped a Company

Red Ocean Games is a company of three: Jon, Christian and Alex. At first, they survived by creating stuff like games, webpages, and apps for other companies, while trying to make their own games. BeerMaster is one of those, a compact social drinking experience fitted into a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet. Instead of cards…

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Mark Robinson: “Look Deeper” at Your Data

Mark Robinson likens the experience of data-mining to exploring a new city, noting “I have always liked being lost … and then uncovering something surprising and thought-provoking.” Robinson has been tackling data analytics and helping bring companies closer to their customers for over 15 years. But one sector has been lagging in connecting with their…

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Jazon And The Dead: From Film to a Game on a Budget

2nd Studio is an indie studio based in Denmark, Viborg. The company was founded in the summer of 2013 by Nikki Starostka and Dennis Jensen. The story of Jazon And The Dead starts in a dark room in Copenhagen in 2013. “The development evolved into a struggle for funding while trying to keep the project moving forward,”…

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How Online and Mobile Gaming Popularized Poker

Lilia Ortiz is a freelance writer, graphic design student, and bookworm with three years of writing and editing experience, particularly on lifestyle, design, and tech topics. She edited “Pax the Polar Bear,” a children’s book on global warming. Now she shares what she learned about the popularity of poker in this article.  Even if you’re…

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