The gamification spectrum is designed to organize existing gamification tools including points, leaderboards, badges and others. Let explore the eight patterns that are included in a gamification spectrum.
Gamification can be interesting to conceive and rewarding to implement, but only if it is done well. What do we mean by that? Let’s have a look…
Some of the leading companies in the beauty and cosmetics industry impart interactive gamified learning solutions to cater to pertinent training and development needs.
This e-book is a comprehensive guide that’ll help you get started with game-based learning in your organization. Explore how game-based learning scores over e-learning, and hard facts to build a strong case to convince top management.
Games act as the stimuli to drive people to initiate voluntary actions in a predictable manner. To understand gamified learning, it is essential to know the core concepts of games.
Did you know that 75% of the global workforce will consist of Millennials by the year 2025? (Yikes, that is in only 8 years.) Is your organization prepared to train and educate the Millennials?
Game mechanics with leaderboards and rewards prompt excitement and encourage the workforce to explore more. Incorporate gamification in corporate training—a very effective and engaging way into your learning strategy—with us at as low as $5000.
There are quite a few misconceptions about Gamification. Many people are doing pointification thinking slapping points and leaderboards on things suddenly makes it more exciting.