I know my way around Photoshop Elements, creating 99% of the graphics for my personal website projects, and quite a few digital scrapbooking projects, but I am by no means a designer. I have worked with designers in previous jobs, and they are true masters at their craft. I watch them fly through various actions […]
Video gaming is one of the more popular geek pastimes, but with price tags around $50 per game, it can also be one of the most expensive. It can be hard to know when a game lives up to the hype and is worth buying. That’s where gaming reviews come in handy. They can help […]
We’ve featured a number of gaming groups here on KC Geeks, but did you know there is also a growing number of Kansas City game developers? Charlotte Trible noticed that and founded Crossroads Game Lab to offer developers a sense of community. Read on to learn about their Micro Game Jams and playtests!
In two of my former positions, we’ve used SharePoint as a collective repository for team and company resources. I found it quite helpful to have everything archived in one place, and to be able to just share links instead of cramming colleague’s inboxes with attachments. But I was merely a user – the real superheroes […]
If you spend hours gaming – whether video, card, board, or otherwise – wouldn’t it be nice if you could also do some good at the same time? Gaming charity Extra Life, and its local Kansas City Guild, let you do just that. One of the first emails I got on my Contact Page was […]