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#ActualSinisterPride

Posted 26 January 2013 - 06:48 AM

Designers do more at the top. Programmers do more at the bottom.

Design is development, just the more abstract aspects of it

 

Well said, totally agreed. biggrin.png 

 

I said something earlier along the lines of "The point where Game Design and Development meet is where the balance of ideology and functionality/feasibility is struck". Like you said, Design encompasses a whole lot and is no more or less than any of the other disciplines involved in development.

 

The people I respect most are the ones who are willing to take on all of these, and I've been lucky to meet quite a few of them

 

I also strongly agree that if I am to become a designer of sorts I would be more than willing to contribute to other, if not all, the aspects of development.

 

Thank you for your feedback sir smile.png 


#2SinisterPride

Posted 26 January 2013 - 06:48 AM

Designers do more at the top. Programmers do more at the bottom.

 

Design is development, just the more abstract aspects of it

 

Well said, totally agreed. biggrin.png 

 

I said something earlier along the lines of "The point where Game Design and Development meet is where the balance of ideology and functionality/feasibility is struck". Like you said, Design encompasses a whole lot and is no more or less than any of the other disciplines involved in development.

 

The people I respect most are the ones who are willing to take on all of these, and I've been lucky to meet quite a few of them

 

I also strongly agree that if I am to become a designer of sorts I would be more than willing to contribute to other, if not all, the aspects of development.

 

Thank you for your feedback sir smile.png 


#1SinisterPride

Posted 20 January 2013 - 08:55 AM

Designers do more at the top. Programmers do more at the bottom.

 

Design is development, just the more abstract aspects of it

 

Well said, totally agreed. biggrin.png 

 

I said something earlier along the lines of "The point where Game Design and Development meet is where the balance of ideology and functionality/feasibility is struck". Like you said, Design encompasses a whole lot and is no more or less than any of the other disciplines involved in development.

 

The people I respect most are the ones who are willing to take on all of these, and I've been lucky to meet quite a few of them

 

I also strongly agree that if I am to become a designer of sorts I would be more than willing to contribute to other, if not all, the aspects of development.

 

Thank you for your feedback sir smile.png 


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