We are from Beyond Design and we are creating designs to run on our Carvey. Once we have the designs finalized we will publish them in the projects section for download. Can you let us know your thoughts on these design ideas?
This is a group of products we are excited about using in our office.
All feedback is welcome.
This one is small planter to keep a bit of nature at our desk. We are thinking of using a cactus because it requires less water.
These are trays that you can keep adding to based on the amount of stuff you want to store. They stack so you can build them as you need them. We are also playing with a few different concepts for lids.
A lot of good ideas. I’d suggest something other than quarters for tic tac toe though, since imperfect lighting would require a lot more attention to focus on what face was up. Maybe use both quarters and dimes, or two items of different color, size, or shape.
You can make a more interesting game than tic tac toe.
Carve the number 1 through 9 onto the squares and make a set of X’s and O’s (or any type of marker as long as there are two distinctive shape, ideally the marker would allow the players to see the number underneath.
Objective: To be the first player to reach the sum of 15 on any three squares
Player 1 places an X on one of the squares numbered 1 through 9. Player 2 then places an O on one of the remaining squares.
Player 2 places a second O and should try to place it so that player 1 cannot reach the sum of 15 on his or her next turn.
For example, if player 1 places X on 7 then player 2 places O on 3 and again player 1 places X on 5. (7 + 3 + 5 = 15). here player 1 wins.
The game continues as each player tries to reach the sum of 15 on any three squares before the other player does. If neither player reaches 15 before all of the squares are selected, then the game ends in a tie.