User Type HEXAD Lenses

One of the cool things about working at Motivait, is having access to some very cool and very intelligent people! One of those is a chap by the name of Carl Eacott. We met on Twitter some time ago and then months later discovered we lived on the same street. Since then, I have ended up working in the same company and to save the planet, we car share. The awesome thing about this is I get 2 hours a day to speak to a genuine psychologist. It has been hugely interesting and has led to many “Ah-Hah!” moments. One of those was the idea of using my User Types HEXAD as a series of lenses rather than specific set in stone types.

Lenses

The idea of lenses is nothing new. The basic idea is to put yourself in a different position to view a problem from a different perspective. Jesse Schell created an amazing deck of lenses to go with his seminal game design bible “The Art of Game Design“. Each one challenges you to ask certain questions about your game to try and get a new perspective on it.

What I offer you here is a simple set of six lenses based on my User Types HEXAD. Each one asks three or four questions to help you get into the mind of each type as you design. When I finally release the new version of my Inspiration Deck of cards, these will replace the current type description cards and I may add a few more for fun.

 

Philanthropist
Free Spirit
Disruptor
Achiever
Socialiser
Player

Let me know if you feel any of these ask the wrong questions, or if the questions could be better.

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Author: Andrzej Marczewski
Source: https://www.gamified.uk/2017/06/20/user-type-hexad-lenses/

Written By juliooliveira

I’m from Sao Paulo / Brazil, married with a incredible woman called Francine and I have two lovely children: Sarah (8 years old) and Nicolas (2 years old). Currently enrolled at the master degree program (MSc) in Information Systems Management at the University of Liverpool (UK). Holder of the credentials PMP and PMI-ACP of the Project Management Institute (PMI).

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