ADPList Coffee Hours: Portfolio Edition #11

ADPList Coffee Hours Portfolio Edition #11

About event 📣

ADPList Coffee Hours Portfolio Edition is where design mentors answer questions in a much more detailed and personal format. We get deep! Hop on with the mentors and ask your design-related questions.

Portfolio Edition 🏆

A round-robin style where mentors take turns reviewing portfolios submitted by the audience for 10-15mins and concluded with a short Q&A. Are you ready for this design review session where we can all learn from each other’s work and reflect on our own? We are!

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About Our Mentors 🎙️

🇺🇸 Alister Lee – Experience Designer at Electronic Arts

Alister is an Experience Designer at Electronic Arts specially on the Sims 4 team. He has a background in graphic design and animation. He has been in the gaming industry for 7+ years. He has worked across multiple platforms ranging from mobile, PC, and console with experience in an array of genres including casino games, war, match 3 and most recently life simulation for Sims 4.

Fun facts: Alister is also a dancer on a competitive Bay Area hip hop team and cares for his Instagram famous dog 🐶



🇺🇸 Mike Salyh – Co-Founder at Coin Crew Games

Mike is a puzzle & game designer based out of Los Angeles, California. In his career, he’s built escape rooms for a circus, dozens of math mini games, and even an interactive wine tasting. He looks for fun in unexpected places.

Fun Fact: He grew up in a town called “Sandwich”, and was on the “Sandwich Wrestling Team” in high school 🥪



Disclaimer: By participating in this event, you consent to interviews, photography, audio recording, video recording and its/their release to be used for purposes that ADPList team deems fit to use. You release the ADPList staff and all persons involved from any liability connected with the taking, recording, digitizing, or publication of interviews, photographs, images, audio and/or video recordings.

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