Workshop: Get that job! Writing a great resume for games!

We’ll look at creating clear value and messaging in your resume, cover letter, LinkedIn, and portfolio for recent graduates, early career, and mid-career. It will also include resources for interviewing and negotiations. This online talk, presented in English, is open

Raffle: Career Coaching Session with Jean Leggett

Jean Leggett is an indie game dev as well as a professional coach. She has worked with over 300 game devs since 2019 in the capacity of a mentor and career and leadership coach.  This raffle offers 3 people of

Workshop: Creating Culturally Responsive Gaming Experiences

In “Creating Culturally Responsive Gaming Experiences”, a discussion hosted by Mariam Nusrat and Lauren Hofmann of The Equity Gaming Project, you will be able to: Identify the link between gaming + ‘real’ world impacts at a global scale Understand why self-reflection

BIPOC Creator Program Selections

Thanks to the Canada Media Fund, Pixelles announced its new BIPOC Creator Program in fall of 2020. We are giving up to $10k CAD each to selected Canadian game creators who are Black, Indigenous, or other people of color, as a

Workshop: Creating Inclusive Characters

Learn about creating authentic, diverse characters [in games] that are not stereotypes. This online presentation discusses: how stereotypes are perpetuated through their use in the media exercises to analyze characters for good representation how active and engaged listening is the

Workshop: Accessibility in Game UI

Creating a usable game interface extends far beyond pretty colours and a good design sense. Join Kat Dolan & Justine Raymond, Senior UI Designers at Proletariat Inc, known for the popular magic-slinging battle royale, Spellbreak, as they talk about what

Call for Workshop Coordinators

Pixelles is looking for two workshop coordinators to help make our monthly workshops happen. Our workshops have always been a pillar of learning and opportunity for the community. With your help, we can continue to offer this free and valuable

Pixelles Creator Fund 2020: Selections

Thanks to SUPERHOT, Kowloon Nights, Clever Endeavour, and Vertigo Gaming Inc., Pixelles announced its new Creator Fund in fall of 2020. We are giving up to $5k CAD each to selected Canadian game creators of marginalized genders, as a grant, without recoup, publishing or

Call for Speakers

In collaboration with Gameloft Montréal, Pixelles is looking for speakers to give a 45 minute online presentation followed by 15 minute Q&A. These webinars will be given to a mixed audience of Gameloft employees and people from the Pixelles community.

Social Media Coordinator Position

Pixelles is looking for a social media coordinator to help us get the word out about our activities, events and programs. Please note that all positions at Pixelles are volunteer-based (even the directors are volunteers). We are very understanding if

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Pixelles is a non-profit initiative committed to helping more people make and change games. We're based in Montreal, and have already succeeded in building a supportive community of game creators, both hobbyist and professional.

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