Video games have some of the among all digital products. And that’s why some tech companies are taking inspiration from the people who design video games, when it comes to designing non-game technology interfaces.
Harlan Elam is a good example of someone who made the leap from games into cybersecurity, where his skills have been very useful in visualizing complicated dashboards.
Elam worked for 4.5 years at Blizzard Entertainment as a user interface and user experience designer, but he recently redesigned the product interface for Jask, a cybersecurity company. This is exactly the kind of leap that last year, where the security firm said that gamers have the skills to be good cybersecurity professionals.
Elam pulled ideas from a variety of disciplines — games, virtual