5+ Elements of Gamification
John Spacey, December 16, 2017
Gamification is the use of game design techniques for non-game applications. The idea is to make products, services, marketing and environments as engaging and rewarding as games. For example, providing opportunities for challenge, achievement, feedback, rewards, status, exploration, choice, surprise, epic meaning and social fulfillment. The following are common elements of gamification.
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