If you were a government official trying to raise revenue, who would you tax? Pick whether to tax cigarettes, luxury goods, or oil and gas in this interactive game and Professor Art Carden of Samford University will explain how the market will react.
This logo recognition game was developed to see how quickly students recognize a logo based on seeing small parts of the logo first. As an engaging game, this might be a great way to kick off a logo project and discuss the importance of simple recognizable icons.
You may copy the game file and edit it as you see fit for your classroom!
Siftr extends learning beyond your computer, books, classroom walls - preparing people of all ages to learn in the wild. A tool for teachers and curious people. Siftr supports you as you explore the world.
Type Connection is a game that helps you learn how to pair typefaces.
Start by choosing a typeface to pair. Like a conventional dating website,
Type Connection presents you with potential “dates” for each main character—without the misleading profile photos and commitment-phobes. The game features well-known, workhorse typefaces and portrays each as a character searching for love. You are the matchmaker. You decide what kind of match to look for by choosing among several strategies for combining typefaces. Along the way, you explore typographic terminology, type history, and more. By playing Type Connection, you deepen your own connection with type.