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I hope you enjoyed the workshop! The slides and worksheet are available below. If you'd like to dig deeper into gamification design then a good place to start is by downloading the free book below.

If you're keen to look at working with us on a gamification solution, or if you have any questions at all then send me a message.  

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Workshop Slides


Gamification Design Worksheet

Click to download a pdf version of the worksheet used in the workshop. (<1mb)

What next?

Free Introduction to Gamification guide book

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This free introduction is packed with 67 pages of information on what gamification is and how to design it effectively.

For instant access, just enter your email address below. You'll get immediate access to the book, plus you'll receive new articles and tools to help you design gamification effectively.

Bonus resources!

  • VideoDan Pink - The Puzzle of Motivation
    • An excellent video that provides a succinct summary of motivational research and the workplace. Dan Pink highlights in particular that traditional rewards aren't always as effective as we think.
  • Book: Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H. Pink
    • If you watched the video above and you want more, you can always check out the book behind it. This is a great read for those interested in the underlying research and it contains a number of useful tools for a number of different contexts.
  • Book: Punished by Rewards by Alfie Kohn
    • If you're looking for even more detailed research on motivation then look no further. Alfie Kohn provides an extensive review of motivational psychology literature in this book. 
  • Book: How to Lead a Quest by Dr Jason Fox
    • Not only has he got one of the best names in the business, Dr Jason Fox also has one of the best books to help guide leaders in the workplace. A must read.
  • Book: Creativity, Inc. by Ed Catmull (with Amy Wallace)
    •  Ed Catmull created Pixar and provides some excellent insight and advice to his adventure from researcher to leader of one of the most creative companies ever.

References and links

Image Credits

Many of the images used for this presentation were from the Unsplash website by Crew. An incredible website that provides free high-resolution photos that you can do whatever you want with.

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