Posts in category: game design
Part 1: What makes teams successful?

I have uncovered several new research papers on team success, so I will be writing a short series exploring the topic. In a paper released this month, Michael Klug and James Bagrow of the University of Vermont took a deep mathematical dive into Github data looking for the magic that makes teams successful. This is […]

Part 1: What makes teams successful?

I have uncovered several new research papers on team success, so I will be writing a short series exploring the topic. In a paper released this month, Michael Klug and James Bagrow of the University of Vermont took a deep mathematical dive into Github data looking for the magic that makes teams successful. This is […]

Part 1: What makes teams successful?

I have uncovered several new research papers on team success, so I will be writing a short series exploring the topic. In a paper released this month, Michael Klug and James Bagrow of the University of Vermont took a deep mathematical dive into Github data looking for the magic that makes teams successful. This is […]

Students use technology to create music and games

Caroline Elswick had a goal to learn how to play “Happy Birthday” on the guitar by today. However, the Myrtle Beach Middle schooler’s guitar is not the wood and string version people expect. She created a “guitar” using a piece of paper, graphite from a pencil, electric current and a computer as part of the […]

Gamasutra: Tom Matcham’s Blog – Big Data, Big Problems: A Mathematician’s Take on the Current State of Game Analytics

Big Data, Big Problems: A Mathematician’s Take on the Current State of Game Analytics The following blog post, unless otherwise noted, was written by a member of Gamasutra’s community.The thoughts and opinions expressed are those of the writer and not Gamasutra or its parent company. 90% Of The Way There? A phrase I come across […]

Tips for Measuring and Improving Employee Engagement

Full-time employees spend a large part of their day and the majority of their lives in the workplace, and how they feel about their work is important to them. In a recent Gallup survey, 63 percent of American workers are not engaged in their work, while another 24 percent are “actively disengaged.” Disengaged workers are […]

Tips for Measuring and Improving Employee Engagement

Full-time employees spend a large part of their day and the majority of their lives in the workplace, and how they feel about their work is important to them. In a recent Gallup survey, 63 percent of American workers are not engaged in their work, while another 24 percent are “actively disengaged.” Disengaged workers are […]

Tips for Measuring and Improving Employee Engagement

Full-time employees spend a large part of their day and the majority of their lives in the workplace, and how they feel about their work is important to them. In a recent Gallup survey, 63 percent of American workers are not engaged in their work, while another 24 percent are “actively disengaged.” Disengaged workers are […]