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Charley Miller is a game designer and producer based in New York City. Avi Solomon: Tell us a bit about yourself. Charley Miller: My name is Charley, I'm from Kentucky and I'm a game designer based in New York City.
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Gabe Zichermann is the author of Gamification by Design and chair of the upcoming Gamification Summit NYC, where top leaders in the field - such as those profiled here - get together to share insight, key metrics and best practices. Mashable readers are invited to register with special savings at GSummit.com using code MASH10.
We’ve already noted the rise of gaming as a way to create engagement among consumers, but we didn’t expect to see it applied so soon to something as seemingly mundane as public transport. Sure enough, though, Chromaroma is a new application from UK-based Mudlark that turns Tube travel in London into a rewarding game.
Commercial video gaming is a battlefield of consoles, franchises, huge corporations and highly opinionated individuals.
04 Jan 2011 As many other new disciplines, gamification is evolving day by day with new theories, emerging from studies in games design, human psychology, behavior and other academic fields.
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Question: If you had the choice between a real rose and a virtual rose, which would you choose?
by Seth Priebatsch | 9:45 AM September 9, 2010 For those of you still trying to wrap your head around the meteoric rise of social networking over the past decade, this post might hurt a little bit. Because just as you and most of the world were getting a handle on it, the decade of social abruptly ended.
Effectively using humor in marketing is tricky. If you know your target market well, humor is great linkbait. The most viral web phenomena to date have all been funny… to some people.
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