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A Guide to the Jennifer Bullard Papers, 1999-2003
Jennifer Bullard began her game development career in 1998 at New World Computing, where she worked as an associate designer for the Heroes of Might and Magic series. From there, she worked as a producer on several projects, and eventually moved to Austin. In 2009 she worked as Production Manager for Certain Affinity before moving to Game Salad as Executive Producer. Since her move to Austin, Bullard has also been active in the professional game development community, serving as Chair of the Austin chapter of the IGDA since 2010.
570 digital files (delivered in a single .zip container file) document the development of Heroes of Might and Magic III: Shadow of Death and Heroes of Might and Magic IV. The documents, images, and programming files are related to Bullard’s role as Associate Designer at New World Computing, where her responsibilities included managing the task lists and keeping up with the progress of development of these games.
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Jennifer Bullard Papers, 1999-2003, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.
This collection was processed by Zach Vowell, December 2012
Subsequent revisions made by Matthew Cepeda, December 2014.
Subsequent revisions made by Jennifer Allen, August 2016