It’s a few weeks now since I started the final stage of my Play project, creating a set of playing cards that distil six or so years of research and investigation into a valuable and practical tool, so here’s a quick update for you on progress…
First of all, thank you so much to the dozen’s of people who have taken some time to feed into the iterative design process, either through giving feedback directly, or by playing some of the games that I’ve created to test the content.
If you would also like to take part in that, you can find a big old Miro board here:
You can sign up to play future games here:
And you can play the previous games on these four links:
Each game should take between 5-10 minutes to play and there will be more coming soon.
I’ve also now started discussions with Ellie Dallison and Claire Selby at https://www.studiokt1.com/ about getting some proper visual design into the product, to make it fun, playful, beautiful but certainly not wacky. I’m hoping to be able to share some of that output very soon to again get feedback from people about the direction to take. I really excited to be working with them.
The plan as it stands now is to get enough design and concept together to be able to run a crowdfunding campaign over the summer. If that gets enough interest, then card decks will go into production in the early autumn and will be available to backers and general market around October.
If you would like to find out more, just get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org