I think people do. For me, the great success of Wikipedia proves that. A basic need for people is to be 'relevant', to contribute something to the world, to be recognised. An initiative where you ask people to volunteer could use…"
Many thanks for all of that feedback.
I think you are right about some kind of way to make finding those first quests easier. I had a look at sparked (found it at http://www.skillsforchange.com/ in the end?!) you are right they have…"
Just some first thoughts:
I think the kind of users that will be attracted to worldchanging are typically already intrinsically motivated and also have a high level of reflective cognitive power. To expand beyond this initial user group…"
Very nice thanks for sharing. I will look into it and maybe we can brainstorm about the tool a bit more outside here (and maybe feedback our insights here). I'd be happy to share my thoughts.
I am trying to do this at www.worldchanging.me. It's not a good example of off and online blending (and possibly even a bad example of it if you look at the site on a mobile device (we are working on improving that). So I am very…"
"Thanks Kevin. It's nice how you describe two different angles which clarifies the playfield a bit so to speak. I think the on-offline gap will be smaller with future technology enabling more fluid transitions using speech and image recognition.…"
"I can think of a circumstance in which on and offline interaction is blended in a nice and balanced way, and, it can be stretching the truth a fraction to say that capitalism is a game, which makes business interaction a very dry, real-time strategy…"
Thanks for your reply and the linkg to the article! Looks like something I will read on a quiet moment.
And your remarks about Klout does add an interesting aspect. If I interpret you correctly it sounds like am argument for…"
I think what you are referring to is termed 'Trans-Realistic Experience' as described here by Shokrizade...
An interesting and controversial case is the Klout score - Klout uses data of all your interactions on social…"
Hi peeps,I was wondering if any of you know good examples of gamification where off- and online are blended in a nice way. For instance, when part of a process that you would like to gamify involves paper exercise or maybe just a stand up discussion, how can these things be integrated in a way that it blends with any online solution. And more important, in a way that the player actually wánts to make it online. How can we make crossing the on/off line borders fun? Im curious what you come up…See More
A group to discuss gamification and gameful design in various online and offline/afk environments for a whole spectrum of purposes including but not limited to; education and training, marketing, culture building, personal development etc.See More