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Our work has been showcased at conferences around the country. Sample some of our favorite pieces below.


Brew Perfect! by Chemex

Chemex Coffeemakers was the host sponsor for the 2019 Specialty Coffee Association expo, and as innovative leaders in their field, they wanted to showcase their position in a truly unique and captivating way. Enter, a hilarious game featuring their eccentric inventor inventor.

It was a hit!

The game garnered huge attention and praise within and outside of the expo - taking over Slack channels, mesmerizing #coffeetwitter, and getting written up in magazines.

Press: “We are Obsessed with Chemex: The Game”, “Incredible Pop-Up Cafes of SCA 2019”

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Stop Wasting Lab Kits: The Game!

Slope.io launched their medical-waste reduction app in Spring 2018, and I helped them build conference-floor buzz with a light-hearted arcade game speaking right to their customer.

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Wide Open Games

In 2017, I created Wide Open Games - an interactive magazine full of games for personal growth. Play these games whenever you need a dose of courage, calm, acceptance, or connection.

New Friend Finder (from The Friendship Issue)

New Friend Finder (from The Friendship Issue)

A Cloud Weighs A Million Pounds (from The Gentle Issue)

A Cloud Weighs A Million Pounds (from The Gentle Issue)

Not Two (from The Imperfection Issue)

Not Two (from The Imperfection Issue)


Classroom Games

My roots lie in formal educational design. Before starting PlayGood Games, I worked on games for the classroom at MIT, BrainPOP, and UT Austin. Now I take those lessons and apply them across internal and external subjects.

FoodFight!  A 2-player game of biome domination developed at BrainPOP

FoodFight! A 2-player game of biome domination developed at BrainPOP

Beat the Thief!  Designed and developed at UT Austin’s Center for Identity to teach kids about safe online sharing

Beat the Thief! Designed and developed at UT Austin’s Center for Identity to teach kids about safe online sharing