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Gamification in (Web) Design Part Zero: Game On | Webber Design …

Gamification in (Web) Design is an ongoing set of articles about SEO, web design , social media and the psychology behind gamification. Written by a life-long gamer and designer , it will cover the ins and outs of current SEO

The 4 Secrets Behind Zynga's Narcotically Addictive Games – Wall …

They understand the psychology of game design , the fundamentals of interface design, the necessities of social design, and the importance of big data verifying every design hypothesis along the way. They know software …

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Gamasutra: When Does Effective Free-To-Play Design Become an …

Another example is mentioned by Nik Davidson, who says that social game developers exploit the psychology of game design to make players do what they want instead of helping players better enjoy the experience.

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Gaming Montage: Hot Hands, Game Design and Social Games – by …

Hot Hands, Game Design and Social Games – by Michael Fergusson. Posted 08/18/10 01:42:00 pm. To recap the last few weeks, we have posted articles about the psychology behind gameplay, and how using engaging game mechanics can motivate …

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Jelly Beans in a Jar: Hot Hands, Game Design and Social Games. Ideas February 22, 2010. Courtesy of Flickr's clg20171. To recap the last few weeks, we have posted articles about the psychology behind gameplay, and how …

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The Secrets of Engaging Game Design | Ayogo Games

Ayogo » Blog Archive » Jelly Beans in a Jar: Hot Hands, Game Design and Social Games – February 23, 2010. posted articles about the psychology behind gameplay, and how using engaging game mechanics can motivate people to play your …

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Putting the Fun in Functional: Applying Game Mechanics to Functional Software

Google Tech Talks January 29, 2009 ABSTRACT In this session, we’ll review the psychology and system thinking behind game design, and learn how to use game mechanics to create an experience that’s fun, compelling, and addictive on the Web and mobile. We’ll conclude by showcasing some cutting-edge services that incorporate these ideas and show us what future of social and applications will look like. “It’s one of my absolute favorite discussions on user engagement & how to think about app / web design & user engagement by using strategy from game mechanics.” – Dave McClure (500hats.typepad.com A lot of our services here at Google can benefit from simple ways to make them more engaging by applying lessons from game mechanics. Amy Jo Kim’s company Shufflebrain builds smart games for social networks, starting with Facebook. (For an example of how Facebook is using Game design to drive user engagement, see: www.insidefacebook.com Speaker: Amy Jo Kim Amy Jo Kim, CEO of Shufflebrain, is an internationally known expert in online community architecture. She has helped design social games and social architecture for such companies as Electronic Arts, Digital Chocolate, Viacom, eBay and Yahoo! Her book Community Building on the Web was published in 2000, and has been translated into 6 languages.

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