Skylight's Gianna Uson is just beginning her career as a civic technologist. She's bring a unique perspective to service design, having worked at the U.S. Department of State, as a Civic Digital Fellow, and AmeriCorps.
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For Jordan Guinn, getting into the civic-tech world with Skylight was a career change. Now that he's here, Jordan's discovering why our mission matters.
Maya Benari's career path has taken her from UX designer with Code for America and 18F before joining Skylight. Here, she's been working with our government clients to make effective use of design systems.
Introducing the 10 newest members of the Skylight team, who are working together to make government services better for everyone.
Puerto Rico is a natural testing-ground for disaster resilience technologies due to its unique characteristics. Here we present three research project ideas in the Internet of Things space.
Skylight's Nick Bristow is one of the world's leading experts in technology accessibility. Here, he has been working with our government clients to deliver digital services that are accessible and meet the needs of all users.
Skylight's Geoff Mulligan is one of the world's leading experts in smart cities and IoT systems. Here, he has been working with our government clients to engineer open and interoperable IoT solutions.
Josh Dorothy's career path has taken him from lawyer to DevOps engineer with the U.S. Digital Service before joining Skylight. Here, he's been working with our government clients to engineer great developer experiences through DevOps.
Kin Lane's career path has taken him from software engineer to one of the world's foremost API experts before joining Skylight. Here, he has been working with our government clients to improve their use of APIs. His advice for people thinking about joining us: Do it.
Announcing the addition of Chris Cairns, Robert Read, John Teeter, Geoff Mulligan, and Kin Lane to the Skylight team.