The Designer Diaries: The Importance of Kickstarter Page Feedback

Hey, gang! There's a commonly held belief that spending too much of your time focused on any one thing will give you tunnel-vision. This is true for any creative endeavor - visual art, writing, music, comedy, etc. And Kickstarter campaigns are no exception. What's generally recommended if this happens is to get feedback from an … Continue reading The Designer Diaries: The Importance of Kickstarter Page Feedback

The Designer Diaries: Social Media Tips for Game Developers

Hey, gang! A couple weeks ago, I discussed some lessons I learned using social stretch goals for a Kickstarter campaign. In that post, I talked about some of the differences between social media platforms, as they relate specifically to tabletop game developers. Well, today, I want to take a deeper dive into the cool, cool … Continue reading The Designer Diaries: Social Media Tips for Game Developers

The Designer Diaries: Kickstarter Social Stretch Goals

Hey, gang! I love it when Kickstarter games offer social stretch goals. It's one thing to add additional content/upgrades to a game because the campaign raised additional money - these 'traditional' stretch goals make perfect sense. Raise more money? Put it back into the game. But it's doubly cool when a creator spends the effort, … Continue reading The Designer Diaries: Kickstarter Social Stretch Goals