3 Lessons Learned From the History of Design Systems
While we’d all love to design new things from scratch every time a project gets put in front of us, the truth is that custom, bespoke design doesn’t scale. It’s slow, inconsistent, and difficult to maintain as it gets larger, more widespread, and more unwieldy. To operate at scale without the drawbacks and limitations that usually apply to designing digital products, designers are beginning to use design systems more often because they make design elements reusable and repeatable...
What I learned when I conquered the world's toughest triathlon
A 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bicycle ride and then a full-length marathon on hot, dry ground -- with no breaks in between: the legendary Ironman triathlon in Kona, Hawaii, is a bucket list goal for champion athletes. But when Minda Dentler decided to take it on, she had bigger aspirations than just another medal around her neck. She tells the story of how she conquered this epic race, and what it inspired her to do next.
Speaking of Security - Episode #1 - The Hanover Hacker
Lee Sutterfield, president and cofounder of SecureLogix shares stories and insights from his career as a U.S. Airforce Intelligence Officer battling hackers during the height of the Cold War and in the birth of modern cybersecurity.
Voice Attack - Defend Your Voice Network
Defend your voice network by shooting down the robocalls, spam, and malicious attacks in this retro take on Missile Command. Conceived, designed and created by the team at Lightning Jar for our client SecureLogix.
Since 1851, The New York Times has published thousands of obituaries: of heads of state, opera singers, the inventor of Stove Top stuffing and the namer of the Slinky. The vast majority chronicled the lives of men, mostly white ones; even in the last two years, just over one in five of our subjects were female.