Emily Ramirez

Introduction

Emily began writing for Lifewire in March 2019 but she's also written for MassDiGI and the MIT Game Lab as a blogger and narrative designer. She is active in the innovative media scene, tinkering with the latest tech in XR to understand how the average consumer could benefit from it. Originally from sunny south Florida, Emily’s been keeping warm during Boston winters by the heat of her gaming tower. When she’s not making games or messing with new game tech, she’s either trying new cafes to write in or playing the hottest new games. You can follow Emily on Twitter @itsaramkat.

Highlights

  • Emily has written for Lifewire since March 2019
  • She has a BS in Comparative Media Studies (Game Design) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • She has also written for Massachusetts Digital Games Institute and MIT Game Lab

Experience

Emily studied game design at MIT. Her coursework included VR/AR studio, interactive narrative, advanced video game studio, and more. She also previously wrote for the Massachusetts Digital Games Institute and MIT Game Lab. 

Education

Emily has a BS in Comparative Media Studies (Game Design) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Lifewire work: 

 

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