Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Gamification: You're Doing It Wrong--The Slides

Here are the slides from last night's class on Gamification that I gave at General Assembly.

The class went very well (IMHO) with an engaged audience of about 30 people. There were lots of people working on active projects, and some just curious about game design theory.

If you were unable to attend, hopefully you can get some value from the slides.


1 comment:

  1. Enjoyed you slides. A lot.

    One ara where I had trouble with was when you assert that Ramdom is not luck.
    What is you interpretation of Random vs Prective.
    In your example you say chess is random as well as predictive. I am not able to appreciate the difference.