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By: Jobye Mon, 07 Mar 2011 19:13:59 +0000 Hey Darius!

Billy Matjiunis just mentioned you linked to my site in your post hehe, thanks! Great info and tips all around. I actually finally landed a job at Ubisoft Toronto, starting in a month :)! Hopefully we’ll be able to meet someday (I so have to go to GDC next year…)!


By: Rebecca Richards Sun, 20 Jun 2010 04:03:18 +0000 Oh hey, Jim Rivers is the guy that came to Guildhall. He brought his GDC presentation with him and everything.

Thanks for the link to it, I have all the notes I took from August but it’s nice to have something else to job my memory.

Small world!

By: Patrick Dugan Wed, 15 Mar 2006 01:45:00 +0000 This coming from a guy who refuses to be hired on general principle ;)

I’m sort of on a fence, I’m currently paying a guy to do the logo and template for my professional website (whom Mike introduced me to, so thanks once removed) and I’m planning on putting that URL and my blog URL on my biz card for GDC. I could put a simple link to my Gamasutra “Past Articles” page on my blog or on the staff page of the studio site, and I’ll have personal info and contact info on both sites, though the studio site will have a more thorough photo/biography deal. Is this kosher, the whole two URL deal? Or should I do the studio URL and nest the blog URL on the staff page?

By: Craig Perko Tue, 14 Mar 2006 16:49:00 +0000 Actually, I don’t like Shaddy’s page for one simple reason: the pictures don’t fit in the central frame, requiring you to scroll up and down to see them.

That is such an incredibly huge bad idea. If you can’t fit your art in your page, redesign your page. Pop the art up in a new window. Anything to show the piece full-force on first click!

You don’t have to have a pretty web site. But you do need to have a website which showcases your pieces as you wish them showcased.

As a side note: I’ve always hated your web site. I know you have a “special” sense of color, but your website is almost unreadable due to it. Errrr. No offense. :)