Why Gamification Works

Game mechanics make typically unexciting environments (like online learning platforms) more engaging. This helps to produce better learning outcomes. Are you ready to get your head in the game?

You’ll learn:

  • The brain science behind gamification and engagement
  • How gamification helps deal with cognitive overload
  • And the effect that gamification has on motivation and positivity

To help you transform dull online learning into something irresistible!

Gamification is a rigorously researched approach to design that’s backed by science. It takes the elements that make games so enjoyable and applies them to other less fun contexts to make them more engaging.

Gamification has always had its critics, but there’s no doubt that it can be an effective approach. But how exactly does it work?

The brain science behind gamification and engagement

We’ve done the research, scoured the surveys and have seen the results of gamification first-hand.

How gamification helps deal with cognitive overload

The brain can only handle a finite amount of information. Thankfully, game mechanics can help to overcome this hurdle.

The effect gamification has on motivation and positivity

Real workplace examples of how gamification affects employees’ motivation and positivity.

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