Unity3d Tutorials (UT) covers a wide variety of topics related to the field of Unity3d. We are always looking to grow our team of Expert Guest Bloggers
If you are passionate about unity3d and are interested in publishing your articles on our site, do write to us at the contact information given at the end of this page.
We require you to have expert knowledge in your specialist area and the ability to contribute fresh, highly engaging and 100% original content.
Submissions must be unique to UT having not been published elsewhere prior. Freedom to re-publish after UT is permitted but content must carry the caveat ‘first published on UT’.
Content must have unity focus, must be factual and of topical interest to our members. Views and opinions are also encouraged.
Articles should be submitted in Word document format only (not PDF format). Approximately 400-1,200 words in length and can include high-quality graphics and tabular information (all usual formats accepted). An author photo, 50-word bio, email address, and telephone to be provided with the submission.
Articles will be published on the UT Blog and social media.
Articles should not include: contact information (telephone/email/web links), bold type, underlining or unwarranted reference to the services or capabilities of the author’s organization/company.
Please ask a colleague to re-read your article before submission as this can minimize errors and reduce the need for re-drafting/editing.
Submission is not a guarantee of publication. UT reserves the final right on whether to publish, regardless of any other arrangements that may exist.
UT reserves the right, at its absolute discretion, to edit articles submitted for reasons including, but not limited to, style, accuracy, length, and legal compliance. This editing may include the addition of a new copy such as headlines, sub-headings, captions, and pull-quotes.
By submitting content to UT you are assigning all rights to UT to publish the content in any medium, any language, and any territory, providing you are identified as the author of that content.
You accept full responsibility for any errors or omissions in your content and you understand that UT will accept no liability, legal or otherwise, on your behalf. UT cannot guarantee a specific date or time of publication. Articles are submitted on the basis that they are available for publication at once.
Submit an article at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org