Arif YassineArif,Yassine@gmail,com
   « The application of concepts and    techniques from games to other    area of activity » Oxford university    press ...
 Engage users Showing a path for mastery  and Autonomy Motivate people for task  considered Boring Engage Collaboratio...
WORLD OF WARCRAFT   DUNGEON & DRAGON
 Players Context, referent pleasure, a conflict Univers Plot Rules that defines:   Limitations of the games and the r...
   Players   Dynamic system=>Game behavior=> Game experience   Difined with rules   That produce comparable result (re...
Real worldGame
Today:           Futur:                1980: the                                 2000: First     Gamification     trough a...
   To subsist in a terrible hunger, the lydiens create dice, ossicles, ball game    and other games types to deceive thie...
   Status loyalty      In 1981, United Airlines launched        its AAdvantage program: flying        with United Airlin...
Social Games Revolution!!
+100 000  +1      +5000                  +100+80              +20 000      + 500 000To an gamified existence ?
Gamepocalypse Idea: « Every second of your life, you are actually playing agame in someway » Jesse Schell                 ...
7 core concept for creating compelling Experiences                      1.   Know’s who’s playing                      2. ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartle_Test
Women                            ManEmotion                         Domination & MasteringReal world                      ...
Game Mechanics            Games Dynamics        Points                 Reward        Levels                  Status      C...
Maintain the player Flow
Games are not fun Becausethey’re games, but when they arewell-designed
We do have problem’s too? Maybe weshould need to gamify our structure!!
   http://gamification.co/gabe-zichermann/   http://www.elgamificator.com   http://gamification.org   http://www.gamif...
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  1. 1. Arif YassineArif,Yassine@gmail,com
  2. 2.  « The application of concepts and techniques from games to other area of activity » Oxford university press « Gamification is the process of using game concepts to engage users » Gabe zichermann. “…The use of game mechanics and dynamics like badges, leaderboards, and actions can be useful for improving motivation and learning in informal and formal settings.”
  3. 3.  Engage users Showing a path for mastery and Autonomy Motivate people for task considered Boring Engage Collaboration and Competition Create Loyalty program Motivate learnability Make things FUN!
  4. 4. WORLD OF WARCRAFT DUNGEON & DRAGON
  5. 5.  Players Context, referent pleasure, a conflict Univers Plot Rules that defines:  Limitations of the games and the ressources that the player needs  Objectives assigned to the Player  Procedures to reach it  Win/loose consequences Challenge resulted from conflict to satisfy the objectives
  6. 6.  Players Dynamic system=>Game behavior=> Game experience Difined with rules That produce comparable result (reward, Win/loose condition) Wich the player is emotionaly attached That gives senstation of player dependence=> Player responsability and choice Mais sans effets incontrôlés sur la vie réelle (notion de cercle magique)
  7. 7. Real worldGame
  8. 8. Today: Futur: 1980: the 2000: First Gamification trough anAntiquity Begining of use for solving gamified social games Gamification problems existence? http://www.elgamificator.com/gamification/histoire
  9. 9.  To subsist in a terrible hunger, the lydiens create dice, ossicles, ball game and other games types to deceive thier hunger by playing one day, and eating the second day, during 18 years. Told by Herodote
  10. 10.  Status loyalty  In 1981, United Airlines launched its AAdvantage program: flying with United Airlines did earn points that travelers could exchange against free flights, and exotic vacation . FFP: Frequente Flyer Programs  Points  Rewards  Status  Competition and community
  11. 11. Social Games Revolution!!
  12. 12. +100 000 +1 +5000 +100+80 +20 000 + 500 000To an gamified existence ?
  13. 13. Gamepocalypse Idea: « Every second of your life, you are actually playing agame in someway » Jesse Schell +80 +50 +100 +20 +5 +1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4PkUgCiHuH8
  14. 14. 7 core concept for creating compelling Experiences 1. Know’s who’s playing 2. Build positive emotion into your core activity loop 3. Design for 3 key’s stages of your players lifecycle 4. Build a system that’s easy to learn and hard to master 5. Use progress mechanics to light the way toward learning & mastery 6. As players progress, increase the challenge and complexity 7. Embrace intrinsic motivators like Amy Jo Kim power, autonomy and belonging
  15. 15. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartle_Test
  16. 16. Women ManEmotion Domination & MasteringReal world CompetitionMothering DestructionDialogues and textual puzzles Spatial puzzlesLearning by example Learning by experimentation (testing)
  17. 17. Game Mechanics Games Dynamics Points Reward Levels Status Challenges AchievementVirtual Goods and space Self-Expression Leaderboards Competition Gifts and charity Altruism
  18. 18. Maintain the player Flow
  19. 19. Games are not fun Becausethey’re games, but when they arewell-designed
  20. 20. We do have problem’s too? Maybe weshould need to gamify our structure!!
  21. 21.  http://gamification.co/gabe-zichermann/ http://www.elgamificator.com http://gamification.org http://www.gamifyingeducation.org http://amyjokim.com/ http://lithosphere.lithium.com/t5/Building- Community-the-Platform/Gamification-from-a- Company-of-Pro-Gamers/ba-p/19258
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