About Gamification

Introduction to Gamification

Gamification is very effective, especially for the employees who carry out high volume and major tasks to make it the perfect tool with high rates.

This can make the employees engage with their satisfaction for the companies when they start to realize the presence that could cost them when it comes to attracting and retaining talent. However, the effect of the ‘Glassdoor Effect’ has allowed building up to where the employees need for work.

Some who had received the training which was done by gamification were good and others who had received non-gamified training were unproductive.

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About gamification and what it is

Gamification is used in application and process that tries to improve and solve the problem by thinking about the quality of data and time by learning through self-expression.

A British computer programmer and inventor called Nick Pelling introduced gamification which started in the year 2003.

How does gamification work?

Gamification is the application of marketing or educational content to an interface that introduces mechanics with a separate type of content that exploits the motivations inherent in the games.

It is an impact that mortifies the employees through their behavior.


Some employees work very hard to get good no of opportunities by accepting the rewards and recognition.

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Controlling the sense

Some application in games makes the employees feel in being of control which helps make them feel free when they are in tough times.

Cues in Action

Some employees are very prompt to complete the tasks of the apps which helps to know about their whereabouts.

A sense of competition

Competitive people have some goals to set and try to complete themselves with others.

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Game design elements

Some Game design elements are the basic building blocks of gamification applications.


Points are some important elements of a multitude of games and applications which are rewarded for the successful activities of the environment with numerically player’s progress.

  • Badges

Badges are defined as visual representations that can be earned and collected in the environment which achieves, and symbolize their merits, to show their accomplishment levels or goals. When we will depend on a specific number of points for particular activities within the game it has many functions that serve the goals of the winning player, or virtual status symbols that provide to indicate the players that have performed.

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  • Leader boards

Leader boards have done success by measuring them in competitive indicators for the progress that relates to one’s performance to others. However, this motivational positional of leader boards have been mixed with Hunter that affects the motivators only if they are left to the next level or position. This can be caused to create social pressure and increase the level of engagement with a constructive effect on participation and learning.

  • Performance of graphs

Performance graphs provide some of the information which was performed by the player in the games compared to their leader boards that do not compare the player’s performance to other players. Some of the social standards that have been performed by the graphs are based on an individual reference which displays the player’s performance over a fixed period when they focus on improvements.

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  • Meaningful stories

The stories are game design elements that could not connect to the player’s performance. This narrative context can be applied through which a gamified application can be embedded in the activities and characters in the game which gives them meaningful achievements. This story can be communicated by complex or contemporary role-playing video games that can be narrated contexts in oriented non-game contexts and real-world settings. Some of the stories that are very important in the applications of games are having the meaning of real-world activities.

  • Avatars

Avatars are visual representations of players in the environment that can choose to create in a designed manner in simple pictogram complex animated, three-dimensional representations. Their main formal requirement is that they are unmistakably identifying the players and set them apart from other human or computer-controlled avatars which can allow the players to adapt or create in cooperative games.

  • Teammates

Teammates are other real players or virtual non-player characters that induce some conflict, competition, or cooperation that can foster by introducing the teams, which is created by the player of the groups that have worked together.

Some of the companies’ gamification is used

Seven companies are using this training tool within their business environment correctly.

·  Group on. …

·  Cablevision. …

·  Canon. …

·  E bay. …

·  March of dimes. …

·  Harris Bank … ·  Hilton Garden Inn.

About e-learning in gamification

It is the elements of games that are used to provide a reason at the same thing which includes the user embedded in the plots that are used with the user.

Some 5 techniques that are used in e-learning in gamification

  • The narration of the story

A Lot of games have been narrated by the story behind them by wrapping with a good storyline and theme that can help them in better gamification and plays a very big role in the successful integration of the elements like points, badges, and scores.

  • Interactivity and Engagement

Gamification has built the concept of making learning in various techniques that are used by people who might have seen or experienced a good module and remembers different actions that they could perform as a learner by choosing the correct option.

  • Rewards and Recognition

Every logical human gets recognized and rewarded and always learns with the help of elements like scoring points, badges, leader boards, and different tasks of achieving the social media that becomes a part of our everyday lives, which shares their scores and recognition on these social media platforms too.

  • Competition

This can promote healthy competition among the learners when the leader board is having such a powerful way to promote competition that displays the respective scores of the learners that help in creating a competition among the learners to finish their tasks to earn more points that reach a higher position.

  • Feedback

Feedback is a key part of e-learning that outcomes the actions and interactions with online learning that ensures instant feedback to the learners and provides the learner which they have progressed.

Is Kahoot gamification?

Kahoot is one of the best gamification tools that have gained popularity among the simple to establish active work through dynamics in the classroom. It also allows teachers to create surveys, questionnaires, and discussions.

About Game Mechanisms

The components of a game are called game mechanics which have different sets with combinations that can be used to engage or motivate the user.

  • Virtual currency
  • Award Trading and gifting
  • Badges
  • Leveling Up
  • Leader Boards
  • Progress Bar
  • Challenges between the user

Other Game mechanisms

Goals – It participates the work towards a particular thing to find the hidden among others

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Status – This user can level up through various modules in the gamification to gain status.

Community – To achieve the specific goals these teams work together and bring about the desired outcome.

Education – To navigate the process and participate through games they are given tips and tricks which will help to learn in gamification.

Rewards – To get some rewards such as Badges, and points that help us to motivate participants

About working in Gamification

Some apps that people can download such as Candy Crush and Mine craft through their smartphones and tablets can generate plenty of revenue for their creators.

Some company that can simply create the graphics with a hidden picture inside has a lot of graphics that took more than 30 minutes to create when the company gets rewarded with a lot of expectations.

Can Gamification Motivate People?

These provide some motivation when it is executed properly to work when you have three different elements:

Context – These gamification elements have a marketing strategy or online course that should relate to the industry or even to a very specific topic.

Value – Some participants need good value from the activity, whether it is status, rewards, or knowledge.

Success – When you make gamification too complex then nobody will complete the challenge to create the engagement or objectives that must be achieved.

Gamification Help in Small Businesses

It is another tool of marketing that teaches help in small businesses by the content into interactive, reward through motivation.

Some small business owners want to target the customers and share their content with friends, family members, and colleagues who they can create the online class for fitness about achievement on social media by using the hashtag to earn points and achieve their goals and share some of the messages which create a new idea for the customers so that they can win the award whenever they play.

This doesn’t have to be complex or expensive, but it is just an imagination.

Games Vs Gamification

This game has some purposes which exist in a single structure that exists for a specific purpose which entertains some rules, at the end of the game, which declares the winner.

This is completely different from others that involve adding game mechanics to existing materials and assets which is more interesting to participate in the business.




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