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Place of Social Media » Engagement Games

I am interested in how games can be used to extend learning into deliberate actions take by players. In fact, at the Engagement Game Lab, we are designing games that seek to push the limits between play and civic action,

Designing Sustained Engagement: 3 Questions to get you started …

1) Who are your players? What's their Social Engagement Style? Knowing who you're designing for is crucial, especially if you're integrating game design into your service. Ever heard of Customer Development? This concept …

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Negative Emotions in Advertising and Game Design | Amy Jo Kim

We work with teams to craft high-quality social gaming experiences for this emerging landscape. We also offer the Engagement Design Bootcamp to empower product creators with tools, techniques and best practices for …

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Negative Emotions in Advertising and Game Design | Amy Jo Kim

Web Design, Apps and Social Media Events in the Coming Months …

Over 50 experts from leading digital brands will present and discuss topics such as Social Media, Mobile Strategies, Gaming , Big Data, Apps, Online Brand Engagement, Digital Economy, Talent, Cross-Platform Advertising, …

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London's Other Distributed Social Game: A Collective Gardening …

BLOOM is what its designers call an “urban toy.” It is a “distributed social game and collective 'gardening' experience that seeks the engagement of people in order to construct fuzzy BLOOM formations.” These formations are …

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Cheating – An Issue for Game-based Learning? (I'm Serious.net)

“Who's Got Class?” is a social game that exposes players to the many facets and programs of WCET (the host for the game ), and rewards them for their engagement and contributions. The light-hearted program is designed to provide a first-hand …

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Cheating – An Issue for Game-based Learning? (I'm Serious.net)

Social Game Design for a Connected World

Social Game Design for a Connected World. Aug 3, 2011 By Sean in Gamification, Social Gaming No Comments Tags: Design, Engagement, Game Mechanics. View more presentations from Amy Kim

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