Gamification Software Award

The Gamification Software Award category aims to showcase the best platforms for implementing gamification and making an impact on organisations and people. This includes but is not limited to platforms, engines, augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), mixed reality (MR), Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, integrations and apps. This award seeks to recognise excellent use of gamification that has achieved a sustainable, measurable and positive impact on people and organisations. 


Entrants can be individuals, teams or organisations from anywhere in the world.

Sponsor

Blue Rabbit Logo

Winner of the Gamification Software Award in 2017, BLUErabbit is a gamified platform designed to increase engagement in any environment.

Key Dates


SUBMISSIONS OPEN
24th OCTOBER 2019


CLOSING DATE
13th DECEMBER 2019


FINALISTS ANNOUNCED
TO BE CONFIRMED...

Judging Criteria

1

Design

The winner of the Gamification in Software Award will have built a gamified platform or applied gamification to an already built platform.


 Entrants will be able to detail their approach to gamification and show how and why they chose the gamification elements that were used.


The winning project will be an exemplar of good gamification design.


2

Impact

Has your project worked?

We will be looking for projects that have delivered a project where gamification was a crucial component. We will also be looking at the effectiveness of the project for the amount of effort and money put into the project (Return on Investment). 


The winning project will be an inspiration to others to apply gamification elements to help create a positive impact on organisations and people. 

3

Creativity

Is your project novel and inventive?


We will be looking for playful designs with creative choices and implementations of game elements. We will also be looking at how the game elements  are themed within the project and how immersive the design or narrative is.


The winning project will be striking and attract lots of attention.



Entry Requirements

For more information on the entry requirements and instructions on what you need to enter The Gamification Awards Gamification Software Award please read through the FAQ page.

Judges

Marigo Raftopoulos

Strategic Business Advisor

Marigo is a strategic business advisor specialising in enterprise innovation and digital transformation. Marigo is the founder and CEO of the Strategic Innovation Lab, and is also an advisor to several technology incubators and start-ups, as well as an advisor on the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 Innovation Agenda. Marigo works with a wide range of global clients in accelerating innovation and organisational development using the tools of engagement that are fundamental to speculative design, futures thinking and gamification. Marigo holds a PhD in enterprise gamification and has created the popular Gamification Design Sprint methodology. Her current focus is on how organisations can augment human and artificial intelligence as a driver of the future innovation potential of teams, organisations, and the future of work. 

Toby Beresford

Gamification Consultant

Toby works as gamification consultant and founder of GamFed, the Gamification Gurus list and rise.global infinite gamification platform. Gamification clients include PWC, IBM and the United Nations. His latest gamified project is the "Running World Cup" where everyone gets to run for their country.

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Mac Karlekar

Top 100 Transformation Leader

Strategic thinker with technical solution-oriented mindset, Mac has extensive experience in Business and IT transformation globally. Recognised as top 100 Transformation Leaders out of 23K strong Accenture’s global digital workforce. Mac is skilled in providing strategic and technology advisory services, executing, spearheading, and delivering cross-functional transformation programmes & managing/improving end-to-end journeys (customers, employees) using advanced techniques like Gamification. Mac has worked with no.1 digital agency (Accenture), top tier-1 consulting firm (Deloitte),  top IT vendors with big global companies like Nestle, Deutsche Bank, BP, Tesco, Moet Hennessy, Barclays & Gatwick Airport.

Feel free to connect with Mac here.

Bernardo Letayf

Founder of BLUErabbit

Bernardo Letayf is the Evil Mind Behind the Operation at BLUErabbit.

With more than 8 years of experience in Gamification and passionate about education, he dedicates his days to increase engagement in audiences and classrooms to improve learning.


Sandra Abadir

Co-Founder of GamUp

Sandra Abadir is the Co-Founder of GamUp, LTD. (For Gamification Services, Training, & Consultancy). Steering Committee Member and content lead at GamFed (International Gamification Confederation) yet has also explored different fields of creativeness, a bachelor degree in Architecture & environmental designs graduate,she was also a scholarship student at school for 3 consecutive years. Sandra is an imaginative architectural engineer, a great graphic designer who has meticulous eye to details and a witty writer, she prevailed an event planning competition where her design stood out among other applicants.

 


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