Ukie Hotline: Ian Hamilton discusses game accessibility
With game developers trying to make their creations accessible to as many people as possible, but with many either not knowing where to start or how to carry it out practically. Ukie has enlisted the help of Ian Hamilton to answer any and all questions our members may have on the 17th of May from 2-5pm on the matter.
Ukie are hugely proud to be a partner this year's New Bay Media Women in Games Awards.
Taking place on Friday May 19th at the Cavendish Conference Centre in London, the Women in Games Awards 2017 will see MCV, Develop and eSports Pro celebrate the huge variety of female talent in the games industry across eight categories including: New Development Talent, Creative Impact, Rising Star, Businesswoman of the Year, Career Mentor, eSports Contender, Outstanding Contribution and Breakthrough Talent.
(Above: James Schall from Sega speaking at the Ukie Careers Bar at Rezzed 2014)
Ukie's Regional Roadshow: Growing Your Games Business
Ukie have partnered with SoftLayer for our upcoming regional roadshow, which will cover growing your games businesses on four dates in four locations. Come and join fellow games developers and publishers and identify new opportunities to support the growth of your business.
Ukie Student Nick Pinkney, from Staffordshire University, was chosen as one of three lucky students from our membership to volunteer on the UK industry stand at Gamescom 2015. Take a look at his experience of working with Ukie and meeting key players in the games industry.