Cliff Huizenga

Front-end developer, web designer, retro gamer. Creates interactive experiences, smothered in awesome sauce and served with a latte.

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  • Assassins Creed - Nailed It

    Assassin’s Creed and What’s Wrong with the Gaming Industry

    December 17th, 2014 / Gaming / No Comments

    Lately, gamers have been getting hit hard in the media for… well, whatever hot button’s being pressed today. Seems like there’s a new way to shine a negative light at video games every day in the news. Now, AAA game studios are in the hot seat for releasing AAA games that are broken, incomplete, and,… Read more »

  • Thirty Years of Moments

    October 14th, 2014 / Thoughts / No Comments

    I woke up to the early morning sunrise as it slowly grew across the floor in my bedroom. Usually, I would have slept in or watched cartoons, because that’s what Saturday mornings are for. But this morning, I had the urge to go for a walk. After quickly getting dressed, I quietly left the house to not wake up the rest of my family and started my stroll. The chilly, autumn air filled my lungs and cooled my warm body as the golden leaves slowly fell. This walk would take me down our long driveway and onto the main road, passing by the large sand pile, the baseball field and, finally, my elementary school. From the parking lot, my once white house was then glowing in the sun’s golden light, shining my way for the 5-10min walk back. I told myself that I would remember this moment forever.

    That was a third of my life ago; a 10-year-old version of myself in up-state Vermont.

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    Change Your Perspective

    October 6th, 2014 / design, inspiration, Thoughts / No Comments

    When you’re deeply focused on one thing, it’s hard to see anything beyond what’s in front of you.

  • Finding My Voice

    October 3rd, 2014 / inspiration, Thoughts / No Comments

    Find your voice. Do what makes you happy. Then do it everyday. You deserve it.

  • built-by-a-woman

    How To Write A Sexist Headline

    October 2nd, 2014 / Thoughts / No Comments

    With another September still visible in our mental rear-view mirrors, we’ve all had a chance to go through the ritual of remembering where we were and what we were doing on September 11th, 2001. Emotionally impacting every U.S. citizen, the events that day are impossible to forget. So, it’s with great pride that 1 World… Read more »