Bri Devs

The Wilson Center: Selected Prototypes

As my contract with The Wilson Center’s Serious Games Initiative comes to a close, I wanted to do a walk through of some of the projects I have worked on over the past year. Working at the think tank has been pretty eye opening for me: I have been able to connect and work with people who are passionate about research in multiple areas and who support games as a medium for informing the public. My work with the Wilson Center has traveled to other countries, been viewed by people across the globe, and has allowed me to meet some of the best in the serious games space. I’ll carry the lessons and opportunities with me for a lifetime.

Here is a look at some of the prototypes I made during my time at the center :

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Bri Writes

Games Round Up: Conservation & Community

As part of my work at the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Serious Games Initiative, I will be writing blog posts about serious/impact games. These write-ups will get cross posted here with a link to the original  on the Wilson Website.

This blog post was written in collaboration with Kyle Mitchell

You can find the original post on the Science and Technology Innovation Program website.

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Bri Writes

Games Round Up: Women of STEM

As part of my work at the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Serious Games Initiative, I will be writing blog posts about serious/impact games. These write-ups will get cross posted here with a link to the original  on the Wilson Website.

This blog post was written in collaboration with Evaniya Shakya. 

You can find the original post on the Science and Technology Innovation Program website.

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Profound Thought

Games Round Up: Black History Month

As part of my work at the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Serious Games Initiative, I will be writing blog posts about serious/impact games. These write-ups will get cross posted here with a link to the original  on the Wilson Website.

This blog post was written in collaboration with Evaniya Shakya. 

You can find the original post on the Science and Technology Innovation Program website.

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