After nearly 8 years working in financial services powerhouses like Morgan Stanley and Paine Webber, Kimberly Unger left to pursue her passion for videogames. After several decades working as both an employee and a freelancer on games ranging from AAA console titles to casual mobile games, she is now CEO of the videogame startup Bushi-go, Inc., developing titles for iOS and Android.
Kimberly attended the Art Center College of Design, receiving her degree with honors (Ill ’92). She has written two textbooks on mobile game design, Game Development Essentials: Mobile Game Development and The Official Game Salad Guide to Game Development both designed to serve as an entry point for new developers. She also lectures at UCSC’s Baskin School of Engineering as part of their Games and Playable Media Master’s degree program.