The Acagamic Tip Tuesday — Issue #8

Game UX Tip of the week

The carts in Tomb Raider afford jumping off in a certain direction. The white paint signifies an area to walk on.
A rope wrapped around a log beam signifies that the rope can be used on it in Uncharted.
In Horizon: Zero Dawn, rock paintings signify Banuk figures close by.

Three Tweets

Two Links

Two Videos

Two Research Papers

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Associate Professor at the University of Waterloo. Games User Researcher and User Experience Designer.

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Associate Professor at the University of Waterloo. Games User Researcher and User Experience Designer.

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