Dr. Adam Clayden received his PhD from University of Edinburgh (2019) and was based in both the School of Informatics and the School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, investigating the role of foveal vision in static and dynamic environments. His previous degree is a BSc with honours in Computer Gaming Technology from Anglia Ruskin University (2014). He worked as an indie game developer, as well as a principle investigator within the games industry, before returning at age 24 in 2017 to academia as possibly the youngest senior lecturer in the UK, to first lead game development at University of Sunderland, before turning to lead Computer Games Design at University of Suffolk.
- game design
- game development
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