Inside of Blizzard’s Office – Design You Trust

Inside of Blizzard’s Office

For those of you who wouldn’t know, Blizzard is an American video game developer and publisher responsible for the famous, Warcraft, Diablo and Starcraft games. I really don’t know who is an author of those photos. Let’s take a look at the office of Blizzard.

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