Don works directly with developers and publishers to create
engaging casual games and interactive content for consoles,
PCs, mobile devices and the Internet.
LA, Redwood City, Salt Lake and Canada
design ideas have been very helpful in providing
some of the key creative direction."
Credits include design and historical reference for EA's "Medal of Honor Rising Sun" (2003), "European Assault" (2005) and "Airborne" (2007); game development for EA/Hasbro's "Clue"(2008); and market research for EA SPORTS Active 2 (2010).
Lead designer, responsible for the game mechanics and design
of a $1M mobile and PC game developed for Telstra BigPond
and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI). Work
included documentation, level design, character development
and U/I features, tutorials, cut scenes, pre- and post-development
Mobile Title of 2008"
Developers Association of Australia
designer, responsible for designing, building, testing and
balancing levels of "Rolling with Katamari," the
mobile version of Namco's landmark game. Work included object
placement, movement paths, trigger points and collision vectors,
using Builder 2D, Qualcomm's Brew Emulator and other development
one-of-a-kind fun experience, you should definitely
check it out"
Majesco Entertainment, San Francisco, CA
Consultant for the development of Left Brain Right Brain.
RingZero Game Studio, Bangkok, Thailand
Lead designer, responsible for the development of original game content for the Xbox 360, Wii, PSP, iPhone, iPad and DSi.
Shockwave.com, San Francisco, CA
As senior game designer in a 20-member production team, Don
was responsible for creating and developing content for one
of the Internet’s largest entertainment portals, where
his puzzles and casual games generated nearly one million
page-views per month.
Produced and created for Shockwave and Atom Films, the Marquee
puzzle received more than 300,000 page-views in its first
week on Shockwave.com, topping all new content and ranking
it fifth overall on the site, ahead of blockbusters like “Tetris.”
A content producer for this online showcase of original, Flash-based
entertainment, Don created and produced interactive puzzles
and educational games that helped earn the site an award as
“Best Entertainment Web Site.”
“Motion Pixels” (beta)
Motion Pixels is a kinetic, jigsaw—a puzzle in which
movement, rather than shape or color, determines the correct
arrangement of pieces.
Project team leader and content producer of interactive games
and entertainment for the company's award-winning media-rich