Apr 182014
 

This seminar was originally presented at Metatopia 2013 in Morristown NJ. This panel was led by
Ryan Macklin, Amanda Valentine, Cam Banks and John Adamus.

How to Work with Editors

Everyone needs an editor. How do you hire one? Once you have one, how can you work with her most efficiently? How does somebody become a great game editor themselves?

 

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Apr 052014
 

This seminar was originally presented at Metatopia 2013 in Morristown NJ. This panel was led by
Will Hindmarch, Tim Rodriguez and John Adamus.

How to be a Good Playtester for Others

Everyone agrees playtesting is crucial. But what kind of feedback is best for publishers? This panel looks at the necessary skills and mindset for being a good playtester from *this* side of the table.

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Mar 242014
 

This seminar was originally presented at Metatopia 2013 in Morristown NJ. This panel was led by John Stavropoulos, Ryan Macklin & Amanda Valentine

The Care and Feeding of Freelancers

You’ve reached the point where you’re ready to hire some professional freelancers to help you complete your game, whether as writers, editors, or artists. How do you find freelancers, how do you work with them, and how do you keep them happy to work for you?

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Feb 152014
 

This seminar was originally presented at Metatopia 2013 in Morristown NJ.

D048: “Reaching Retailers: How To Get Stores Behind You” presented by Will Hindmarch, Jim Crocker & Brian Dalrymple (+1). Your game is ready for market. Now you’ve got to get it in the hands of players, and the best way to do that is to convince stores to carry and promote it. How do you do that? Our panel of experts fills you in!

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Feb 082014
 

This seminar was originally presented at Metatopia 2013 in Morristown NJ.

D052: “Legalese: Copyrights, Trademarks and Patents” presented by Justin Jacobson & Jason Pitre. It’s all about protecting yourself. Where and when do these legal concepts apply, and what do you need to do to make sure you’re covered without spending a fortune unnecessarily?

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