My take is that right now Google+ Games is more like a "minimum viable product" than a fully fledged rival to Facebook. I don't necessarily see a competitive advantage against Facebook gaming yet.
Where Google+ could gain an advantage is mobile: Bake it into Android devices more deeply, since mobile gaming is a massive trend and it's more natural to play games on mobile devices than a computer. With that change, Google could have a fighting chance.
- Organic IncArt Director, 2012 - present
- Iris Nation WorldwideArt Director, 2011 - 2012
- Saatchi & SaatchiArt Director, 2007 - 2011
Michael is a conceptual and strategic creative well versed in various brand categories with experience in both traditional and digital/social media. As a multidisciplinary creative, he brings to the table a holistic and synergetic approach to any brand challenge.
Beginning his career at Saatchi & Saatchi, he was not only fortunate enough to work on some of the world’s most iconic brands, but also to have worked along side some of the most awarded Creative Directors in the world, Tony Granger and Gerry Graf.
- Parsons The New School for DesignCommunication Design, 2004 - 2008