We hope everyone has had a wonderful Thanksgiving and start to the holiday season! We’ve been pretty busy here at The Bingham Group, but we haven’t forgot about giving you guys the bite size weekly round ups that you love so much.
Here is what you need to know this week (and last month, but who is really keeping track).
What are the biggest game changers in the digital space? Digiday wants to let you know (and so do we).
With voice recognition in most smart phones these days Google took the first step to hands free computer searches with ‘OK Google’.
Now you don’t even need to type to learn anything about everything with the power of Google.
This organization is bringing a reality check to the retail industry.
“It was Junot Diaz who said, “If you want to make a human being into a monster, deny them, at the cultural level, any reflection of themselves.” So Pro Infirmis, a European advocacy organization for the disabled, has created a series of mannequins to provide those reflections in the image-obsessed world of retail.”
And this last one is from all the designers here at The Bingham Group.
Recently Mashable created a list of the best font games. We tried them out and narrowed the list of 18 down to our top 3.
3. Coming in third place is a printable game that is great to have around the office. Font Spotter is a flash card-esque game that the whole office can participate in and trust us… it gets heated!
For the downloadable or on screen versions visit: http://fontspotting.org/
2. In second place we have Type Connection- the dating game for fonts. Learn a little about type history and which fonts pair the best through this fontastic matching game.
Pair up fonts at: http://www.typeconnection.com/
1. And in first place we have Shape Type. This game isn’t particularly hard at first, but trust us it gets intense. (and is by far the most addictive game on the list.)
Using designated points on the screen you try to create a font shape as similar to the original as possible.
To try your eye: http://shape.method.ac/