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  • http://insidefmm.com/2011/10/how-modcloths-be-the-buyer-program-crowdsourced-its-way-to-success/
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    • 1. January 2013 Gamification A short intro to Gamification in Retail “designing for engagement”This presentation is partially based on Ken Werbach’s course at Coursera
    • 2. What is gamification?The integration of the mechanics that make games fun andabsorbing into non-game platforms and experiences in order toimprove and engage participationPractical categories: External (for example, consumer engagement) Internal (for example, office incentives) Behaviour change (for example, fitocracy.com)
    • 3. …and rememberNo point in gamifying unless it is effectiveGamification is great for motivation - fun ispowerful
    • 4. Samsung Nation: Online community
    • 5. Why Gamify? Engagement gap - The more people use it, the more fun it is Choices - Lack of variety, either you check-in or you dont Progression - Checking-in the hundredth time is like checking-in the first time Social - Relationships with friends Habit - "If you have to think each time, youre not going to do it all that much.“
    • 6. Gamification hype Gartner hype cycle 2012
    • 7. Successful Gamification: design rulesThe importance of balance Not too hard, easy, overwhelming, underwhelmingPlayer journey Onboarding - theres a beginning, a middle, and an end Scaffolding - an introductory task (how to do something, a deep learning process) Pathways to mastery - acquire and achieve a real skillsCreate an experience Don’t forget the fun!
    • 8. LinkedIn: Onboarding throughgamification
    • 9. Nike Plus: Making Fitness Fun
    • 10. What things are fun?Winning CollectingProblem-solving SurpriseExploring ImaginationChilling SharingTeamwork Role PlayingRecognition CustomisationTriumphing Hanging out
    • 11. Who are your players? http://frankcaron.com/Flogger/?p=1732
    • 12. Asos: Sharing your outfit
    • 13. It’s all about motivation http://www.slideshare.net/gzicherm
    • 14. How to sell more computers?
    • 15. Be the buyer
    • 16. Be the buyer“..the BTB voters’ feedbackplays a huge role in theselection of styles we sell onModCloth and helps us makebetter decisions about howdeeply we buy into certainstyles.”
    • 17. Gamification Design FrameworkDesign thinking principles D6 design framework:Purposive because it has a DEFINE business objectivesgoal DELINEATE target behavioursHuman centred (it is about the DESCRIBE your playersuser experience ) DEVISE activity loops.Balance of analytical andcreative DONT forget the fun!Iterative and focus on the DEPLOY the appropriate toolsplayer journey
    • 18. Tools and Platforms
    • 19. Gamification Risks“What we’re currently terming gamification is in fact theprocess of taking the thing that is least essential togames and representing it as the core of the experience.“PointsificationExploitationwarePrivacyGaming the game
    • 20. Smart Gamification Player Business needs Smart Goals Gamification
    • 21. Examples in retail: H&M
    • 22. Examples in retail: Lookbook.nu
    • 23. Examples in retail: Trendencias.com
    • 24. Thanks! pablo.peris@raona.comhttp://twitter.com/pabloperis

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