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Credit Matching E-Learning Game


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Project Summary

Client:
University of California Cooperative Extension
Riverside, California

User Interface Design:
Rick Morgan

Programming & Development:
Rick Morgan

Director:
Connie Costello, Program Rep., UC Riverside

About the Project

As part of their "Money Talks" program, a money management curriculum aimed at teens 14-18 years old, the University of California Cooperative Extension wanted short interactive matching game in which students had to match all of the items within a certain amount of time. Upon a successful match of two items, the student was presented with a financial tip relating to credit cards. Based on the number of successful matches, the student was shown how quickly a credit card was paid off and how much interest was paid or saved.

Rick designed and programmed an online learning game that met the game requirements.

Tools & Technologies Used:

  Adobe Flash
  Adobe Illustrator