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Yes, that is a picture of me, in an Owlchemy Labs labcoat, near a leering yeti.

My strength is being able to look at a game as a collection of moving parts, and working to create the most compelling player experience that makes all of those parts move with fun, eloquence, and purpose. 

One of those "parts" is the connection between the company and the player. I work to foster communications between developers and consumers, creating a community and brand voice.

Owlchemy Labs' has already developed a strong brand and voice. I am working to continue Owlchemy's outreach and exposure.

I am also among the talented scientists working on designing absurd and polished games at Owlchemy Labs.

Which works out, as I have long been a fan of both owls and labcoats.

Find out more about Owlchemy!

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Posted by Kate Mann on Thu, 08 Nov 2012 02:32:00 EST in Business/Marketing, Indie
After working with a AAA publisher it can be hard to convince people that your game was developed entirely within the walls of an indie studio and not in a mansion filled with robot butlers. Owlchemy kept their indie voice strong using unique marketing.