Volunteering

We would like to thank the following people for volunteering their time for us:

Picture Catherine Claus
Catherine Claus: translating our communications from French to English (updating our website, info letter, facebook, etc...).

Picture Segolene Lembeme 
Picture Segolene at Festival Eureka
Lémbémé Z.A. Ségolène: for participating in the Eurêka! 2015 festival.  Her energy, smile and kindness greatly increased the success in our Festival experience.


Charles Hébert: Ergonomic intern in 2015.  He worked collectively with Thomas Gaudy on video game ergonomic evaluations. (Example: Jurassic world for Ludia).

Jessica Hamel-Akré: translated the search for volunteers poster for the Eurêka 2015 festival from French to English.  Thanks to her help, we found our volunteer!

Claire Amorosotranslated our website further, from French to English.

Bobby Turcot et Brenda Grant: started the project of translating our website from French to English.

Marie-Joie Bilodeau: helped test our game "Mistake Hunter".

Teracyan: musician, enrichened the sound content of our games.

Tinasoa Ramahaly: helped watch over the Ergonomic theory.  Helped put the finishing touches on our project, "Mistake Hunter".

Bastien Dannepond: helped develop the project Ecovolunteer, Itescia school, 2nd year.
Pierre Stepaniak: helped develop the project Ecovolunteer, Itescia school, 2nd year.
Alexandre Mulot: helped develop the project Ecovolunteer, Itescia school, 2nd year.

Patrice Marchand: design artist, painter, poet, creative improvise singer: graphic contributions.

Hélène Kudzia: helped test the game, Multi-X.

Aurélien Faurel: helped develop the project Ecovolunteer, Itescia school, 1st year.
Léo-Paul JULIE: helped develop the project Ecovolunteer, Itescia school, 1st year.
Samir ZEKRI: helped develop the project Ecovolunteer, Itescia school, 1st year.

Zakaria Habibi: development of the first prototype of the game, Mistake Hunter.
Yacine Chaouchi: development of the first prototype of the game, Mistake Hunter.

David Descourcieres: development of the first prototype of the game, Virtuabus.
Mickaël Ferré: development of the first prototype of the game, Virtuabus.
Stéphane Ginibriere: development of the first prototype of the game, Virtuabus.
Kévin Paskarajesudasan: development of the first prototype of the game, Virtuabus.
Victor Ververken: development of the first prototype of the game, Virtuabus.

Serious games for all is looking for volunteers

You can help us in different areas:
  • Help us organize events related to game accessibility, for example the Eurêka Festival 2015, organized by the Montréal Science Centre in the Old Port.
  • Improve this website's translation from French into English.
  • Improve the design of our website.
  • Be part of testing sessions or give feedback about our games.
  • ...

Call us at (514) 508-5694 from Monday to Friday from 11am to 7pm.