At Shufflebrain, we design smart games for a connected world. We’re passionate about creating games that keep you sharp and socially connected, and inspired by new opportunities to apply game design thinking to business, education and health. We’ve been working at the intersection of the Web and Games industries for a decade; we’ve helped design top casual games and Web services including Bejewelled 2, The Sims, Ultima Online, eBay, Moshi Monsters, Family.com, Rock Band, and Netflix.
Amy Jo Kim

Amy Jo Kim

is an internationally recognized expert in online social architecture. She
has designed social architecture for Electronic Arts/Maxis/Origin, Digital Chocolate, MTV/Harmonix, eBay, There.com, Yahoo!, and others. Her influential book Community Building on the Web (published 2000), translated into 7 languages, is required reading in universities and game companies around the world. She has a PhD in Behavioral Neuroscience from University of Washington, and a BA in Experimental Psychology from UCSD. More…
Scott Kim

Scott Kim

is one of the world’s most prolific and versatile puzzle designers. He has designed thousands of puzzles for web, mobile, print and toys, working with companies like PopCap, Gamehouse and the Tetris Company. Recent work includes game design for the electronic handheld game company Sifteo, the annual Brainteasers page-a-day calendar, the iPhone game MetaSquares, and the book The Playful Brain. He is now developing original games for math education. Scott has a PhD in Computers and Graphic Design from Stanford University. More…