A very different way of making video games (Invited Speaker)

Veterans of Brisbane's video game industry, Nicole and Jason Stark, went from making games in a studio of 800+ people to making games together in their kitchen, with their teenage daughter. It took a painful adjustment period and a completely different approach to getting things done before they could call it a success.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

30 min talk

Learning Outcome

Working with your life-partner, or even with a close friend, involves taking a terrible risk. If your business partnership has irreconcilable differences, it just might take a healthy relationship down with it. We'll share our story, and what we've learnt about blending work and home life, and hopefully save some marriages and businesses from learning all this stuff the hard way.

Target Audience

Anyone who is interested in the history of video game development in Brisbane, or in the dynamics of family businesses

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