In the 2nd episode of our brand-new podcast Found, our visitor is Brie Code. Code is the creator as well as Chief Executive Officer of TRU LUV, a start-up based out of Toronto that has its origins in the video game sector, however that is taking a significantly various method to developing interactive experiences based upon a historically-overlooked encouraging standard called ‘tend-and-befriend,’ an option to the ‘fight-or-flight’ action focused on by many AAA video game workshops.

Code’s start-up established #SelfCare, a mobile application that urges individuals to discover a range of interactive experiences that are indicated to do greater than just urge them to participate in affordable habits either with various other gamers, or with computer-controlled villains. The inspiration for developing this example for Code originated from identifying its lack in the existing market, as well as determining a significant need space that simply wasn’t being attended to. Building on her proficiency in the video game sector design communications for non-player personalities (NPCs) as well as her expedition of scholastic research study when it come to ‘tend-and-befriend,’ Code established to develop a venture-scalable organization to specify a brand-new group of amusement.

TRU LUV’s very first touchpoint with individuals might be its application, however the start-up has large aspirations that expand completely to a bigger goal of “healing our relationship with technology.” Chatting with the creator behind that quest discloses just how deeply that goal runs both with her, as well as her start-up.

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