Louise Ried

Gamification and gamified learning are some of the latest buzz words within enterprises looking for new and fun ways to engage their staff and customers. In Fuzzy Logic‘s latest article, Jason Ried discusses a solution that we created in partnership with the Training Room Online, that looked to shake up the way in which the customer, a major financial intuition, delivered its on-board training for new recruits. The training programme was still delivered in a traditional class room environment with an adjudicator but with a strong digital component that weaved in a powerful augmented reality game element, thus creating a “dynamic, blended learning experience”. Jason also goes on to discuss some concepts and the psychology behind gamification.

To read more about this project and the concepts and the psychology behind gamification, read the full article:

If you would like to discuss how gamification or gamified learning could benefit your staff or customers, please get in touch.

 

October 25, 2016
Gamified Learning

Gamified Learning in the Financial Sphere

Gamification and gamified learning are some of the latest buzz words within enterprises looking for new and fun ways to engage their staff and customers. In […]
September 26, 2016
Free-2-play games and apps

The Business Behind Free-2-Play & How It’s Driving Digital Entrepreneurship.

Fuzzy Logic‘s latest article has been published on Bizcommunity.com.  In this article we talk about the concept of free-2-play and how it is driving digital entrepreneurship and innovation. […]
August 15, 2016

Disruptive Marketing Using Augmented Reality

Only a decade ago, marketers were limited to communicating with consumers whilst they were at home, generally in front of their televisions. More recently, with the advent […]
August 4, 2016
Jason Ried Augmented Reality

What does Pokemon Go mean for Augmented Reality? Let’s Find Out.

Fuzzy Logic‘s Jason Ried has been talking to Jeremy Maggs of Maggs on Media about Pokemon Go and what it means for Augmented Reality. General awareness […]

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