Sometimes, it seems that we live in parallel worlds. Like this one:Continue Reading →
Apparently as part of a larger orchestrated move into “gamification”, Saatchi & Saatchi S recently released the above marketing study deck on the topic. Kevin Slavin has essentially said all there is to say, so I’d rather quote him in full and then add some supportive footnotes.Continue Reading →
Apart from the gamification workshop, this year’s CHI conference also featured quite a number of regular papers that more or less directly spoke to our interest in the use of game design in non-game contexts, so we thought we would parse the program and share our (admittedly, subjective) list of findings. If we missed one [...]Continue Reading →
This has been long overdue, but here they are: The collected slides (and some photos) of the Gamification Workshop at CHI in Vancouver on May 7, 2011. Videos and more to follow. Enjoy!Continue Reading →
This might be late for some, but the MindTrek conference, a small Scandinavian conference gem on “social media, ambient/ubiquitous media, games, media management and open source”, running September 28-30 2011, has just extended its deadline for full and short papers to June 12. This year’s games track features “gamification, funware and playful designs” as one [...]Continue Reading →
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