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Matthew Warneford is the co-founder of Dubit, a children’s entertainment developer and consultancy. Dubit’s consulting, marketing, and digital services are used by some the biggest names in kids’ entertainment, including  PBS Kids, Disney, Cartoon Network, and Mind Candy. The company’s digital team create iOS and Android apps, HTML5 games, and virtual reality experiences for kids. The consulting team delivers business strategies, future scoping, and market research services.

 

Matthew writes about the design and development of digital experiences for children on Dubit’s blog.

 

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Posted by Matthew Warneford on Tue, 16 Sep 2014 06:43:00 EDT in Design, Social/Online, Smartphone/Tablet
How does a game starring Kim Kardashian, one many journalists are laughing at, stand to generate $200m by the end of the year? We wanted to find out, so we spent a couple of hours playing Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, meaning you don't have to.


Posted by Matthew Warneford on Fri, 13 Jun 2014 08:51:00 EDT in Business/Marketing, Design, Social/Online, Smartphone/Tablet
Candy Crush is the dominant match-3 game, making billions of dollars for King, but what makes it unique and is their any variety in the genre? We investigated the DNA of match-3 to find out.



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Comment In: [Blog - 05/10/2010 - 07:53]

Thanks for extending my post ...

Thanks for extending my post Shava. You've made some fantastic points. You've covered a couple of topics I'm planning to expand upon later in the series, and some others I'd not thought about. I'm especially interested in your thoughts around narrative. I think narrative has such universal appeal - everyone ...