Articles by Sarah Chu
Sarah Chu is a Ph.D. student in Curriculum & Instruction at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She works at the Morgridge Institute for Research where she is a project assistant designing and researching games for learning science.
(English) Designing Games for Non-Gamers: Rapid Prototyping as a Design Methodology
(English) In designing games for non-gamers, provide more clarity in the tutorial and game mechanics and do not to rely on players’ prior digital media expertise. [Leia mais]
(English) Keep It Simple. At First: Designing Game-Based Tools for Youth
(English) Research with adolescent World of Warcraft players indicated design strategies that will help make Massive Multiplayer Online Game more accessible for individuals of all ages. [Leia mais]