Eugene Sadko, font expert and manager of the unique Rentafont font rental business, teamed up with Macosh Design to create a highly imaginative and expertly designed memory board game out of fonts. One part origami, one part art — the game can be played and also admired. The Memory Game is a great way to visually learn about fonts and includes twenty-four cards with descriptions of the fonts on each one. The game also includes a guide to ten font characteristics and their use in design.
Macosh Design had a number of requirements for the fonts for the game, which Sadko details also on his Medium blog.
- All twenty-three fonts must have obvious differences noticeable to designers and also children.
- Fonts should evoke the most vivid associations and have different kinds of mood, age, gender, and national coloring.
- In order for the fonts to be truly educational they should present all the main artistic styles of European civilization.
- The collection should contain new as well as old classic fonts like Futura.
To learn more about the design and download your copy of the Memory Game, visit here.
Or to rent fonts, go to Rentafont.
Originally published at Notes on Design from Sessions.edu.