Student Digital Artefacts and the Feedback Loop

According to Jason

Today I spent some time taking a look at what other students were planning to create for their BCM215 digital artefacts. I was impressed with the range of ideas that my peers had come up with and am looking forward to seeing these project come into fruition.

The first project I looked at was Isaac Percy’s “Press Start“. Isaac’s blog post was a little bare at the time and lacked a pitch video so I just assumed it was a work in progress, my comment to him is below:

Isaac is looking at revisiting games from his past and making a video essay about his experiences. I am interested in this project for two main reasons: I am interested in the non-gamer perspective on gaming culture and I want to see if his nostalgia for these games holds up with a revisit. I see a lot of potential…

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