Episodes 8 & 9 of The Andrzej & Roman Show – Music & NFTs

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It’s been a while, but here are two new episodes of the Andrzej & Roman Show.

In Episode 8 Roman surprised me with a discussion about a YouTube video I did called “Learning tasteful gamification from guitar effects”

We talk about what it all means and how it can be a useful metaphor. Check the episode here.

Episode 9 covers a topic that I have been dreading, NFTs! Roman does his best to convince me they are not evil – does he manage??

Enjoy and let us know what you want to hear next! Read More ...

2 New Podcast Episodes – Our Methods

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I wanted to share these two podcast episodes in one post as they cover the same topic but from both our perspectives. The first episode “The Method to Andrzej’s Madness” discusses my approach to designing gamification, stepping you through my Gamification Design Framework (available here 😉 )

In the second episode, for the first time ever, Roman talks you through his gamification design phases and micro phases.

Both methods have a lot of cross-over and cover an enormous amount of design ground for gamification and behaviour change programmes. Read More ...

The Andrzej & Roman Show – Episode 1

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It’s finally here!! The Andrzej & Roman Show Episode 1: In the Beginning there was gamification!

You can listen to it here https://anchor.fm/andrzej-roman/episodes/Episode-1-In-the-Beginning–There-Was-Gamification-e1frlst

or directly on Spotify here https://open.spotify.com/episode/3yiOFVqHkrhDkIARuso67A

Below is the full transcript if you are interested 🙂

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Andrzej: Well, welcome to the first and Andrzej and Roman show. Roman, say hello?

Roman: Hello.

Andrzej: So I’m Andrzej, if you haven’t guessed that’s Roman and we are collectively ancient gamification experts. I say ancient because in the world of gamification 10 years, 12 years, whatever it is now seems quite ancient. Doesn’t it? Roman? Read More ...