Mr. Clegg is the
award winning creator of Dimension, the action adventure series and multiplayer
network to teach algebra. Many consider his work the first example of modern
day game based learning in the STEM field. Released in 2004, the series won
Macworld Editors' Choice Award in 2006, CODiE Awards in 2007 and 2008.
Over 2 million game sessions have been played from within classrooms. The games have been implemented in prominent school districts in NYC, Chicago, FL, and TX public schools.
- Start Up Week Education 2012, Winner; MySciHigh Project Based Web Curriculum
- Paypal Developers Challenge 2010, Winner; Appbackr profit sharing funding platform
- SVASE/Cambridge West Seed Fund Award, 2010
- AlwaysOn Global 250, 2010; Appbackr
- AlwaysOn Global 250 and AlwaysOn 100, 2009/2007; Tabula Digita
- CODiE Award 2008, Best Education Game or Simulation
- CODiE Award 2007, Education New Comer of the Year
- Macworld Editors’ Choice Award, 2006
Andrew heads up design for
Knoverse. Andrew created the original look and feel for the Dimension series.
He has also helped companies such as TDK Electronics and Easton Lacrosse create
global branding imagery and messaging for advertising and packaging. He has created
unique in-store kiosk technology to virtually bend hockey blades for Nike
Bauer, developed several UI systems for PC and iPad use and is named on several
product patents for Easton Bell Sports and Hero LLC.
He earned a BFA from RIT in 1990. Alpha Sigma Lambda Award '90 given to honor students who represent the guiding principles of ASL: Activities, Scholarship and Leadership. Varsity lacrosse 4 years, captain '90.
Max Gaming also worked on the original Dimension Series. Their own personal work centers around creating Mech games for the consumer market. While developing the initial products for Knoverse, we are using consumer versions of their technology to test the playability of this type of game with kids.