Enrollment is open for the first class of the Toy and Game School. TAGIE-nominated Adam Borton of Creating Unique Toys will lead the digital program designed to teach students about the inner workings of the toy and game industry while preparing them to create brand new toys and games.
Topics will include design, licensing, sales, manufacturing, distribution, retail, and marketing.
Borton, whose past work includes design for Spin Master and Mookie Toys, says that the practical lessons will follow the process of creating “a toyetic game while learning key skills at the same time.”
Full details on the Toy and Game School program and requirements can be found at toyandgameschool.com.