Friday Stories with DICE
Updated: May 26
Nathalie Ek, Sr UX Designer at DICE is our special guest speaker at Friday Stories!
🕒 When: Date: May 28th
📍 Where: Online! Link to sign up here!
An email with further instructions will be sent to you after the deadline.
💻 About the talk:
I’ll be showing you how we utilize eye-tracking, audio and VO in our UX designs and how even the smallest changes can affect the entire player experience.
📣 About the speaker:
Nathalie Ek – Senior Experience Designer at DICE. She creates games for millions of people and always strives for the best end-user experience. The key is to put players first, listen to their feedback, and adapt features to their needs. Nathalie has a strong understanding of the technical aspect of game development (being a former software engineer), thus able to design features with technical limitations in mind.
• Worked on the Battlefield franchise since 2012.
• Master of Science in Media Technology and Engineering.
• Former PRO Counter-Strike 1.6 player.
• Photographer and total foodie.
Learn more about Nathalie's thoughts before the event!
👉 What’s in it for me? Get inspired by interesting talks from industry people. Network and meet both local and national game devs and others from the games and experience industry.
👉 What is it? A unique talk + jam session series. Every Friday during the spring you’re welcome to join and get insights from industry thought leaders, people with ideas and experience from working with them. Participants take what they’ve learned and create a game concept or prototype.
👉 Why? Our goal is to inspire students and game developers to make games by introducing them to industry professionals. A knowledge and skills transfer where game industry professionals host workshops on both narrative and inclusive game design. This is a collaboration between The Great Journey and Futuregames together with the industry to bring lectures and workshops around meaningful topics like diversity and inclusive game design.
The Great Journey and our events are made possible with the support of the European Regional Development Fund, Region Värmland, Karlstad Innovation Park and Embracer Group.