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ACCESS Magazine- Gamification
As you can probably guess the brief for this work was right up my street, there are many key references in this illustration which relate to the article, such as:
- Referring to the game Zelda - “in which the player has to take the quest and break it down into smaller chunks”
- Reference to a curriculum in a school in New York where “The children learn by ‘becoming’ writers, explorers or mathematicians and fully take on that role” hence the macho kid.
- The man in the boat with a bow and arrow refers to this phrase “If you can find some way of giving your washing up epic meaning then it becomes very exciting”
And so on, check out TCOL’s beautiful design work here, Good fun! And you can find the magazine out and about for free in select stores across the UK.

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ACCESS Magazine- Gamification

As you can probably guess the brief for this work was right up my street, there are many key references in this illustration which relate to the article, such as:

- Referring to the game Zelda - “in which the player has to take the quest and break it down into smaller chunks”

- Reference to a curriculum in a school in New York where “The children learn by ‘becoming’ writers, explorers or mathematicians and fully take on that role” hence the macho kid.

- The man in the boat with a bow and arrow refers to this phrase “If you can find some way of giving your washing up epic meaning then it becomes very exciting”

And so on, check out TCOL’s beautiful design work here, Good fun! And you can find the magazine out and about for free in select stores across the UK.

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