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Jane Friedhoff is a riot grrrl game designer and creative technologist who loves making games that create new, delightful, and absurd relationships between players. She graduated with her MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons in 2013. She co-founded the Code Liberation Foundation, which provides free, trans-inclusive, women-only game design and programming classes. 

Her portfolio includes Slam City Oracles, 2nd Amendment, and Scream 'Em Up. Her games and interactive pieces has been shown at a wide variety of events, including Babycastles, NYU's No Quarter, Different Games, Come Out and Play, Indiecade, GDC, and E3, and her academic work has been published in DiGRA.

If a project involves screaming, awkwardness, or dance parties, she’s probably into it.


Expert Blogs

Posted by Jane Friedhoff on Mon, 02 Apr 2018 06:32:00 EDT in Design, Programming, Smartphone/Tablet
One woman's hacky approach to making beautiful, 3D, animated handwriting in augmented reality.

Posted by Jane Friedhoff on Wed, 30 Aug 2017 10:59:00 EDT in Programming, Smartphone/Tablet
Some tips and tricks learned from developing an AR Experiment with Google and ARCore.

Posted by Jane Friedhoff on Fri, 19 Feb 2016 02:51:00 EST in Design, Indie
Some thoughts on how to find the fun in games, through the lens of a postmortem on Slam City Oracles.

Posted by Jane Friedhoff on Mon, 04 Jan 2016 01:14:00 EST in Design, Art, Indie
A post on growing up riot grrrl, what riot grrrl game design means to me, why I make the games that I do, and questioning what it means for a game to be "personal."

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