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A behind the scenes look at creating educational games for touchscreen devices.
• What we'll do Abstract This talk is for developers and enthusiasts as we will talk about code, graphics and audio and how they are used together to build games. The talk will cover: Process of designing & building an educational game Tools and methods used to deliver creative assets Research methodologies and testing in school Through the talk we'll share a few key Android game coding tricks we use in the games. Ana Redmond, CTO, infinut Ana worked as a software developer for 15+ years at small startups and big companies. She founded infinut to help her young daughter who was struggling in math. She architects the data solution, builds the infrastructure for game screens, and provides creative direction. She previously taught Android and server-side Java programming at University of Washington PCE. Barb Krug, Art Director, infinut Barb started her gaming career at Treyarch making AAA titles. For the last 6 years she has been dedicated to making a difference in the way children learn through play. She worked at Center For Game Science at the University of Washington creating K-6 math and scientific discovery games. She is currently responsible for all infinut game art. infinut infinut is an ed-tech company that is on a mission to change what it means to learn math with interactive, fun, engaging games that teach concepts, not rote learning. • What to bring • Important to know

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