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Video game designers have been around for a while, but as the $9 billion interactive entertainment industry matures, new specialties are emerging, such as user experience designer, which focuses solely on improving the user interaction. Designers can also move up to be creative directors as well. A college degree is still not mandatory everywhere; however, strong skills in computer programming, computer engineering, software development, computer animation, graphic design and computer graphics -- or all of them -- are helpful.
If you’re a video game enthusiast — meaning you spend most of your free time playing video games, or standing in line waiting...
Want to make it in Hollywood? Here's some tips from a veteran filmmaker on how to do it.
Veterans interested in creative writing and Hollywood should consider the Writers Guild Foundations Veterans Writing Project.
The Military Veterans in Creative Careers podcasts helps veterans pursue their creative passions and turn them into careers.
The following Army veterans succeeded in accomplishing their dreams, and are still making it in Hollywood today.
David Rose joined the Marines to fight. He got what he wished for and then some. Rose talks candidly with Military.com about...
Whatever your post-military career plan, you should consider every avenue that helps get you there.
The directory of job titles from Occupational Information Network (O*Net) features a variety of entries that many people have...