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Claudia Molinari IULM


Claudia Molinari is a graphic designer, illustrator and art director. After studying anthropology, photography and media, art direction and graphic, trend and concept design in Cambridge, Brighton, London and Milan, Claudia began her professional career in 2004 working for several graphic studios in Italy and abroad, including A+G, Lumen and A+A. Before entering the game design industry, Claudia worked for five years as visual designer with the Italian service design company Logotel (2009-2014). In 2011, she launched We Are Müesli with Matteo Pozzi, an independent game studio focusing on award-winning narrative games that have been exhibited at SXSW, Indiecade, the Global Game Jam, and many more places around the world. Claudia is also a teacher, lecturer, and speaker on topics related to art and narrative in game design. Her personal achievements include a D&AD Commendation (2008), an Italian Young Creativity Award (2008) and two Spot School Awards (2008) as well as taking part in AIAP Millennials: the new scene of Italian graphic design (2015).   



The creation of novel storytelling strategies for digital games is one of the key issues in game development. Narrative games build bridges between dramatic writing for theatre and film, television, and game design, and opens new avenues for new types of writing for digital media. GAME WRITING is a hands-on course that focuses on games that include a strong storytelling component, providing the opportunity to do interdisciplinary work. This course introduces students to the design of narrative games, including conceptualization, foundational narrative design strategies, and writing. Throughout the course of the year, students will learn how to use different tools and engines to develop narrative games; they will work individually and in teams. GAME WRITING uses the adventure game genre as a gateway to the general strategies used to incorporate narrative in games.