As many of you know from reading my post last month I was shortlisted for the E-Learning Designer of the Year award, I’m incredibly pleased and proud to tell you that I won the Silver award.
Yes, I know it’s not gold, but it’s still a great achievement that I take a lot of pride in. Full congratulations go to Paul Welch @ City & Guilds Kineo for picking up the Gold, it sounds like a lot of great work went on there this year. Also congratulations to Robert Doyle @ KPMG who picked up the bronze award.
Of course a lot of thanks goes to the team I work with at Kallidus because without them the courses would stay as creative ideas or ‘wild dreams’ as some people refer to them. The Kallidus team also picked up 4 other awards including a Gold award for Best use of blended learning in partnership with Interact for all their work with Transport for London. All in all a very successful night for everyone.
For me the next 12 months are continuing to take gamification forwards, moving into new territory for 2016 and ensuring that Game Design just becomes know an good design practice within the industry. I really want to create shockwaves across the industry for the quality of work we put out, but also the ideas and execution of serious games.
I’ve got big plans for the blog and future developments over the next 12 months so sit tight for more news on that.