Whilst at Jagex Games Studio, I led the developed of the TFU website. The development took close to a year and the development team consisted of 15 – 20 people. Players were able to signup and play the game via the website.
The complete re-design and overhaul the Runescape website was by far my biggest project to date. The website plays host to the largest online browser based game in the world, attracting millions of players a day the game boasts more than 200 million player accounts created since launch 7 years ago. Once home to the most trafficked forums in Europe, the website consists of more than 100 unique page designs not including a large community driven Wiki.
This project came about due to the enormous amount of jobs available Jagex Games Studio. The complete redesign of the Jagex Careers portal took roughly two months and has been integrated outsourced jobs CMS known as Jobvite built into the site and a mobile version. The portal attracts thousands of visitors a day and hundreds of applications a week, giving the Jagex Careers Facbook page 1,000 more likes than it did previously.
The Jagex games portal allows access to all the mini games Jagex Games Studio produces. It allows players to play the large catalog of games via the website, including features such as highscores, bug reporting, forums, account management and account creation.
This was a project I worked on for the game Jumpgate Evolution (developed by Netdevil Games Studio) of which I am a fan of, as a tool to increase my knowledge of web development and design and with the hope it would get more people interested in the game.
This project entailed building a website for Jagex Games Studio new sci-fi MMO called Stellar Dawn to assist PR, boost interest in the game and make beta signup’s available to followers of the game development. The project took roughly two to three months from start to finish.