Play testing the first iteration of my card game went, well… You vs. The Horde was definitely the most popular name of the game, so I guess that’s sorted, which was a good start to the session. However upon playing a few rounds of the game, it became incredibly apparent the game required either a… Continue reading Play-Testing – You vs. The Horde
A cooperative card game??? I know I know, risky move, but here I go anyway!
Apologies for the terrible setting. Not sponsored by palmolive.
Please see the attached Prezi! https://prezi.com/embed/rt3nrwfcllox/?bgcolor=ffffff&lock_to_path=0&autoplay=0&autohide_ctrls=0&landing_data=bHVZZmNaNDBIWnNjdEVENDRhZDFNZGNIUE43MHdLNWpsdFJLb2ZHanI0OFVhZTN1VlZGdjU4bk5LeFBjcWRNUHhRPT0&landing_sign=hGlItZrmqTcQ3EMCxG53o9bMexKPavRmN6vo3_Zw6FE
In my initial research project proposal it’s possible I made some assumptions about both the methodology of autoethnography, and the core concepts behind the research itself. Below is a list of the possible assumptions involved in initial account: In my initial post I assumed that Chinese social media was/is used exclusively, or at least… Continue reading Social Media Research Proposal Review
In my individual research project I’d like to look into a few different angles of social media. I’m going to look at Chinese social media, in particular their equivalences to western social media platforms, and more broadly, how their social media space differs from the west’s. To do this I plan to do a few… Continue reading Researching Social Media (it’s not a cop-out I swear)