Please note: this profile is now part of an archived conference and information may be outdated.
Darren Garrett is a BAFTA award winning Creative Director & Designer with over 20 years experience in making games, animation and digital projects.
He founded and managed the renowned multiple award winning studio, Littleloud, steering the conceptual and creative development of projects and the company’s own IP. Their innovative educational gaming content included the BAFTA winning ‘Bow Street Runner’, Games for Change winner ‘The Curfew’, and ‘Sweatshop’, voted by MIT as one of their top five “Best Practice Serious Games.”
Apps: Standing out from the Crowd
How does a kids’ app achieve breakthrough in a crowded marketplace. What are the ingredients for success, and what causes some to fall by the wayside? 80 to 90 per cent of all downloaded apps are used once and then eventually deleted by users. Which are the ones that makes kids laugh? What are parents looking for? Which get recommended by children and parents and why? What should you avoid? This session will explore tricks of the trade for making loved and successful children's apps and delve into the key areas which can make or break an app's success; Playfulness,…
Masterclass: How to Design Games Children Want
A delve into the design principles behind Preloaded & their work across brands, education and entertainment. Knowing your audience is just the start.
CMC Update 24 May 2019 - CMC Timetable Launched, Pitches Wanted, Speaker List, Animation At CMC
Nadiya Hussain Announced as CMC Opening Keynote
Nadiya Hussain, writer and presenter, will deliver this year’s CMC Opening Keynote…
CMC Update 17 May 2019 - Writers News, Pitch To The Dragons And Learning At CMC