Mapping Gamification Mechanisms to User Experience Factors for Designing User Interfaces

@article{Alsaleh2019MappingGM,
  title={Mapping Gamification Mechanisms to User Experience Factors for Designing User Interfaces},
  author={Nahed Alsaleh and R. Alnanih},
  journal={Journal of Computer Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={15},
  pages={736-744}
}
Healthy living applications have been proposed as an ideal tool for behavior change. The use of gamification in healthcare interventions is gaining popularity, but there is still a need to clarify how to employ the benefit of this technology for managing children’s behavior. This paper proposes a new approach for mapping Gamification Mechanism (GM) to User Behavior Techniques (UBTs) considering User Experience (UX) factors. The reason for this mapping is to provide a list of recommendations for… Expand
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