© Julia Naomi Rosenfield Boeira 2017

Julia Naomi Rosenfield Boeira, Lean Game Development , https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3216-3_11

11. Creating Ideas for Iterating

Julia Naomi Rosenfield Boeira

(1)Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

Before iterating, it’s necessary to come up with ideas about what you need to improve for the next stage and which feedback can be used to improve the game comprehensively. After measuring and analyzing, you need to use all the generated information, such as action items. This stage is called ideation, which is similar to inception but much shorter and focused. Also, in the ideation stage, you have much more information about the game because it is already being developed. The stage can validate the current ...

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