With 6 years of experience in the games industry behind her, Lucie started in Japan as a Localisation Manager and French Translator, before working as an Assistant Manager. She then moved to London 4 years ago to become a Producer, and she is currently working at Preloaded. She has worked with teams ranging from 1 to 10 developers, on PC, mobile, AR, VR and web games for a variety of clients, from individuals to museums and major corporations, often balancing all at the same time.
Indie and micro studio leads often need to wear many hats in development, but also handle all the organisation and problem-solving side of the business themselves. This talk is intended for those who juggle multiple projects, who struggle to pause and catch their breath for their business: it features actionable tips to help them smooth their process, alleviate the pains of production and avoid meltdowns of budgets, quality… or developers!
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