You shouldn't target your audience by explicitly denigrating other audiences... especially when you've crudely drawn your segments along gender lines.
Today, games aren't just "fun" or "educational." There are many games that kids and teens will not only love to play, but will also instill the types of behavioral skills Heckman, Tough and Duckworth deem critical to a child's success
Resist the tide. Leave law school not as an attorney, but rather as a human being who happens to be an attorney.
To help students interested in a career in game design get started, the Entertainment Software Association releases a state-by-state list of video game programs in higher education.
Student-entrepreneurs who graduate with an agile mindset can become pillars of the global economy, launching fresh ideas and revitalizing and reinvigorating the global marketplace in ways that benefit us all.
Digital photography and video are essentially free, so why not let kids capture their own perspective on family trips or events?
Lytro pictures are interactive photos built for the web. The camera incorporates a new technology known as light-field photography.
We hear so much about respecting boundaries that we tend to forget there's a world of difference between violating them and simply testing them. Every breakthrough -- whether in science, in art or in a one-on-one relationship -- involves crossing a boundary. And not all boundaries are as hard to cross as they seem.
Game rooms are the perfect place to enjoy your weekend. Whether your game of choice is a round of pool, or traditional board games, check out these amazing rec rooms to inspire your next game night!
My strongest experience as a woman in the gaming industry is being ignored. People don't expect you to know anything or have an opinion about game. They don't give you the "courtesy pause" they normally give to the guys. I feel that I always need to wave my hand and yell, "I'm here!"
Why is it, whenever a reporter interviews you, they ask how old you are? The last time this happened to me, I asked that very question. The reporter replied, 'People want to know how old you are, so we have to put down your age.'