I develop and design - mostly without electric current - Games.
My main priority is on Children’s Games: I like to connect playing and learning.
My first Games were published in 1995, today I count round about 100 Games, published by different publishers and other companies.
Since 2009, I publish as well Games and Stationer’s in my own publishing house Edition Siebenschläfer.
I did all illustrations for the products, too – sometimes, I work as an Illustrator, too.
Because I decided to publish these games only in German, there are some licensed, foreign versions.
Karla Kuchenfee changed
... to Moo's Code, published by the south korean publisher Jolly Thinkers
... to Krówka w Kuchni, published by the polish publisher Nasza Księgarnia.
I can’t – and I do not want to – deny my pedagogical background.
Learning for me is staying curious: About people, new things, special rhules. I like to learn. Till now. On and on.
This is one reason why I like to work for customers from different sectors … and in teams.
Looking on learning in formal perpective, I got new knowledge with my traning to be a Braintrainer. The knowledge I got there, completes the knowledge I got from my studies of educational theory and the knowledge I learned all over the years working in the world of Games.
|2017||Fachreferentin/ganzheitliches Gedächtnistraining (BVGT)|
|2016||Education to be a integral memory trainer (BVGT)|
|Seit 2013||Sole owner of the publishing house Edition Siebenschläfer|
|2009||Established the publishing house Edition Siebenschläfer (together with Claudia Hartmann)|
Member of SAZ (Game Designers Association)
|Seit 1997||Trainings, Workshops, Speeches about several Topics for several customers|
|Seit 1995||Several Games published by several Publishers in- and outside Germany (D, F, KOR, PL, US).|
|1995—2000||Permanent employment as a product manager, press consultant, trainer at Habermaaß GmbH (HABA)|
|1989—1995||Studies in Education (Psychology, Education, Sociology)|
|1968||Born in nothern Germany|