Archive for November, 2012

True to Design: What I’m Reading

November 12, 2012 Leave a comment

How One Studio Saved Itself From the Downturn:

The Evolution of Puzzle Craft:

EVE Online and the meaning of ‘sandbox’:

Postmortem: 5 lessons learned making Diamond Dash mobile:

Shifting your Leadership as your Company Outgrows the Start-up Phase:

What Would Geralt Do? Witcher 2‘s Approach to Choice and Decision:

An Assassin’s Revolution:

Five Things Leaders Can Learn from Mayor Bloomberg About Crisis Communications:

Postmortem: Humble Hearts’ Dust: An Elysian Tail:

How to Design Your iOS Game to Grow: Learning from the Style of Tiger Style:

The Tightrope Walk: Hitman Absolution, Freedom, and Realism:

5 Big Ideas: What’s Next for Leadership Development?:

6 rules for writing F2P messaging your players will actually read:

The End of the Journey: One Indie Studio’s Tale:

The Tip of the Iceberg: Storytelling and Reactive Design in Canabalt and Capsule:

Q&A: Tenchu developer talks stealth, now that it’s back in fashion:

Is Game Music All It Can Be?:

Game Developer magazine’s Power 50: Design:

The Walking Dead, Mirror Neurons, and Empathy:

Guest post: How much does the #1 game on the iOS store earn in a day? $199k (I think):

Strategies for Answering Your Customers’ Toughest Questions:

Simplifying Leadership with the 3C Disciplines:

Why Middle Managers Need to “Fire” Themselves as Supervisors:

Postmortem: Sony Bend Studio’s Uncharted: Golden Abyss: