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Hiring Me to Write or Speak

E-mail: ewadams@designersnotebook.com

Phone: +44-7780-660753

Facebook: Ernest W. Adams

Fax: +1 (801) 469-3773

G+: Ernest Adams

Skype: ewadams

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ewa_at_rpiIn addition to consulting, I'm also a writer and public speaker.

For information about my game design workshops, click here.

    My primary writing assignment is my Designer's Notebook column for Gamasutra, but I'm interested in other writing projects as well, if they can pay me. If you'd like me to write for your publication or website, please get in touch.

    I'm also an energetic and entertaining lecturer, and I consistently get high speaker ratings at the Game Developers' Conference. If you would like me to speak to your group, send me E-mail with a proposal. I can either deliver one of the lectures on the main Lectures page or one specially-written for the purpose, if I have enough notice. My fee depends on the nature, size and location of the event and how much preparation work I have to do. Bear in mind that I live in the UK.

    To find out a little more about my lecturing style, click here.

My ratings and a few anonymous comments from a recent GDC:

    1) Overall session rating:

    4.7

    2) How relevant was the topic to you:

    4.3

    3) Course met expectations:

    4.6

    4) Would you recommend this session:

    4.7

    5) Ability to communicate:

    4.9

    6) Visual aids:

    4.6

    (1 is the lowest, 5 is the highest. There were 95 respondents.)

Marvelous! Please don't stop.

Far exceeded my expectations.

Adams is a good talker with whom I generally don't agree, but this topic area is great one for him.

Best historian and most sensible mind and voice of reason in our industry. Keep him coming.

Ernest Adams is one of the few people in the world who deserves to be paid to sit and just THINK all day.

Best session at GDC.

I'll never miss one of his talks again.

Ernest, I adore you.

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