WordPlay 2017 Feedback Survey
WordPlay is a festival that is very special to us where we are able to celebrate narrative and writing in games. We want to hear from you about your experiences during the event! This survey is very important as responses could have an impact on future WordPlay programming, including potential funding and sponsorship. However, this will be an optionally anonymous form so you can be as honest as possible. We are always looking at ways we can improve as there will always be things that we could do better! If you have any questions or comments that this form does not address, email us at
with "WordPlay 2017" in the title.
DEADLINE: December 12th, 2017
Where are you from?
How did you participate in WordPlay this year?
Pick all that apply.
I was an attendee
I was a speaker/workshop instructor
I was part of the games showcase
I was staff/volunteer
How would you rate your experience this year?
Describe your self-identified level of professional experience in the videogames industry.
"Professional experience" is defined here as "level of experience making money from one's activities in the videogame industry". Examples: Hobbyist, Artist, Student, Recent Graduate, does game-related freelance, works full-time in a studio, is an independent developer.
How did you hear about WordPlay?
Hand Eye Society newsletter, website or social media
Non-HES social media
Word of mouth
Is there anything we could improve on?
Please describe any problems you had this year or things we could work on for future programming!
If you had a positive experience, we'd love to get a testimonial from you!
Testimonials can help us promote and fund events like Wordplay. We plan to publish testimonials in our WordPlay 2017 recap blog post which will follow the completion of this survey. If you would like to keep this form anonymous but would still like to send a non-anonymous testimonial for inclusion in the blog post, please email us at
with "WordPlay 2017" somewhere in the title and your name and testimonial in the body.
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