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Game Development Portfolio

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I registered the domain name billydeakin.com several years ago, mostly to prevent anyone else grabbing it, but have never done anything with it. I finally decided it was about time I put it to use, and decided to build a portfolio site there to serve several purposes. Firstly I wanted an online portfolio to show off some of the projects I’ve worked on over the years which consolidated projects I’ve done through my work with Art Of Play Games, and clients I’ve worked with via Kernow Web Designs, but also somewhere to show off some personal and side projects. Secondly, it gave me an excuse to learn the basics of Bootstrap which I’ve never really tinkered with before.

Billy Deakin Gamedev Portfolio

Games for TMNT, Lidl, Spiderman, Invader Zim and more!

Kidscreen award 2017 for Spongebob : Code a CharacterLike many of my sites, I suspect this one will be a perpetual work in progress which I update from time to time, but over the past week I’ve installed Bootstrap and a base theme, added sections for my portfolio skills, awards, and clients along with a resume and contact form, and added a handful of pages for various games I’ve worked on in recent years. It was actually quite hard to decide which projects to showcase, it’s not until you sit down and look back that you realise how much work gets done each year and I actually had a list of over 100 games projects from the last few years to chose from. I’ve picked a few to showcase different platforms, different brands and clients, and also different game genres which I hope shows off my breadth of experience. I also picked specific projects which got awards or nominations (everyone likes a nice shiny trophy!)

While I was at it, I also brushed up my LinkedIn profile. So now there’s no excuse, if you want to hire me for your next killer game please give me a shout!

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Some of the clients I've been lucky enough to work with

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