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Shifting from Gamification to Playful Design

This is a lightly edited transcript of a short lecture I delivered some time ago at an off-site gathering organized by one of NL’s largest construction-services businesses. The event explored the potential of games, game design and gamification for property development and construction. This talk creates a common frame of understanding about gamification and why […]

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The Quantified Good Life at MLOVE ConFestival Europe 2013

A while back I ventured out to the MLOVE ConFestival at a castle somewhere in Saxony-Anhalt to join my fellow Dutchmen Maarten den Braber and Yuri van Geest to present about the quantified self and our perspective on data and its social consequences as game designers. Any time you use technology to try to influence […]

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