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Recipe for Serious Gaming (in health care)

“You can only develop successfully when you have good partnerships with people that are experts in their field” says dr. Alma Schaafsel at the symposium Games in Healthcare: hype or hope? This may sound like the ever stated obvious but … Continue reading

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The gaming in software development (part 2)

Taking in trial and error as part of the process instead of avoiding it like the bubonic plague is part of creative success. One of the most magical elements of a game-frame is that we constantly try and fail until … Continue reading

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The gaming in software development (part 1)

Yes, yes, yes: Gamification! The term sparks this Tell-Sell voice in my head “Oh my God, this is just A-M-A-Z-I-N-G. Look, I can do what I have to do and have FUN while doing it. Such an amazing discovery. Your … Continue reading

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See for real – Snark

While reading an article on lifehacker.com on how to Stop the Snark I came across one mister Roger S. Gil, marriage and family therapist, giving an example of snark “Are you rolling your eyes at the young couple holding hands?” and … Continue reading

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Gezond recept Serious Gaming

“Games kun je alleen succesvol ontwikkelen als je goede partnerships hebt met mensen die veel weten op hun eigen gebied” aldus dr. Alma Schaafstal tijdens het symposium Games in de zorg: Hype of hoop? (hbo Windesheim). Het klinkt een beetje als … Continue reading

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Big I, small I

Visualisation can often give us a different perspective and shed light in corners we hadn’t considered looking. One such visualization is the ‘Big I, Small I’. In one of my many dives into the human psyche I was treading water … Continue reading

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