What's new at Oracle in Gamification?
By erikanollwebb on Oct 31, 2012
It's been a crazy few weeks in Apps UX. We are actively working on some gamification designs in now 4 different application product areas, as well as supporting some teams in other areas of Oracle. Since that gets to be a pretty diverse group with a lot of resources and ideas, we've started a group in the Oracle Social Network on Gamification at Oracle. That's limited to internal users at Oracle, but if you are interested in joining, ping me directly for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're planning another design jam like we did here at Oracle in May and at the Enterprise Gamification Forum in San Diego in September. This time, we're taking the show to the UK, and hosting it with a group of customers on the Oracle Usability Advisory Board. It should be a great event!
We're also actively designing some gamified flows which we'll be testing with users at the UKOUG to see what our customers think about some of our gamification ideas. We're looking at more feedback opportunities. Internally, we surveyed 444 folks within Oracle about gamification and we'll be posting some of our findings on that here soon.
I'll be posting a blog on gamification for our customers at useableapps.oracle.com in the next few weeks and I'll cross-post to here when it comes out.
So even though it's been quiet on this blog, we are busy and I'm hoping to push out more content in the next few weeks! Would love to know what's most interesting to the folks reading so if there's something you especially want to see, feel free to comment or email me about it.