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This book provides the design strategy and tactics you need to integrate game mechanics into any kind of consumer-facing website or mobile app. Learn how to use core game concepts, design patterns, and meaningful code samples to a create fun and captivating social environment.
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Over at Gamification. At the risk of tiring even the most steadfast of readers, I would like to respond to the points he made there. As he will also remember, I replied to him that I would likely not be able to make it since I had at the time of his email already submitted a proposal for a gamification roundtable at the bi-annual DiGRA conference on game research, scheduled in parallel to the Gamification Summit. So moving on, the reply states that my critique falls in three categories: errata, plagiarism, and differences of opinion on theory and practice. It is interesting to put this as the first category of critique, as it implies that this is the most important part of the issues raised. In my review, I counted all in all two things which can be seen as errata: The misreading of the social engagement loop diagram, as mentioned by Zichermann, and a typo in the name James L. I did not write the review with the intent of accusing Zichermann of plagiarism.
Gamification by Design: Implementing Game Mechanics in Web and Mobile Apps
Gabe Zichermann born May 20, is a Canadian-American author, public speaker, and businessman. He has worked as a proponent of leveraging game mechanics in business, education, and other non-entertainment platforms to increase user engagement in a process called gamification. Zichermann has held a series of positions in the technology sector. He formerly served as vice president of strategy and communications at Trymedia , and was their first US hire. In his role as CEO of Gamification. Although the term 'gamification' was coined by the founder of Bunchball , Rajat Paharia, Gabe Zichermann is known as one of the concept's most vocal advocates. Zichermann reports that he gravitated towards using game mechanics professionally with games like Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?