A new face at the studio

Noticed something about our latest blogpost? That’s right, it was posted by a new guy. I’d like to introduce you to a new member of the CotD-team: Me! My name is Bram, and I will be responsible for ‘the community’. From now on, I’ll be the one managing most of the blog, the forums, the website, Facebook, Twitter, etc. I won’t be working on the game directly, but I will be following the dev-team closely as they are developing the game to provide you with the latest news and updates!

Despite the game being about a Frisian legend and it being developed by a Frisian studio, I’m actually from the other side of the country. Cross of the Dutchman came to my attention through the Kickstarter campaign in May. At the same time, I met director Remco on the forums of Dutch tech-website Tweakers. Being a student looking for an internship, I quickly asked Remco if they needed someone. Lucky for me, they were just thinking about starting to look for a community manager. I moved to Leeuwarden last week so I’m all set to have a great time here at Triangle Studios!

I was born 23 years ago in Valkenswaard and lived there all my life. I’m currently studying Communications – International Event, Music and Entertainment Studies in Tilburg. Think of it as Communication Studies, but with a heavy focus on the entertainment industry. My personal focus is, of course, the gaming industry.

Want to know more about me? Head over the forums! And while you are there, why not register? Sign up for Triangle Connect now!

3 Comments on “A new face at the studio

  1.  by  USSGreatePier

    Hi Bram!

    I think adding a community manager to the team is a good move :) Someone to solely focus on this very task… The forums have been awfully quiet of late, so I hope your assignment will help to change that :)

  2.  by  Bram

    I’ll do my best, let’s hope thats enough. Probably not, since a forum is nothing without it’s members! But I’ve seen you are taking great care of that, so I have no worries ;)

  3.  by  Thagarr

    Greetings Bram, welcome aboard mate!

    This is a great idea! To build up a community, you need at least one person dedicated to forum issues. That will of course change as the site grows, and the game gets closer to release.

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