We’re humans first and llamas second.
We’re all in different roles, departments, and walks of life, but we’re one team. We support, challenge, and care about each other.
We learn from experts, community leaders, and each other, through workshops, company events, and daily conversations.
We’ve got generous benefits, in-house yoga, flexible schedules, and unlimited paid time off to create ways to be our best selves.
Most days we’re at our office, but you’ll also find us at coffee shops and kitchen tables around Indy and across the country.
From no meeting Wednesdays, to a library for silent work, and a cafe for collaboration, we craft spaces to do better work.
Bookworms, fantasy footballers, music lovers, gamers, and everything in between—our interests are broad and our passions run deep.
We’re on a mission to help people across the globe do better work. It’s more than a phrase. It’s how we treat each other and our customers.
From sharing before we’re ready, to having difficult conversations, our values shape us at work, at home, and everywhere in between.
We want brighter futures for kids across Indianapolis. That’s why we encourage our team to take time off to volunteer with local non-profits.
What started as an inside joke sparked a story that’s still being written.
We wondered aloud—“What if we had a mascot? What if it was a llama?” Some of us were skeptical. We won’t name names.
Our friend Elyse drew a llama on a chalkboard at Lessonly’s office in historic Schoolhouse No. 9. No one erased it.
Our teammate Mitch embodied the ideals of hunger, humility, and people smarts, and was named our first “Golden Llama.”
Our teammate Jenny converted the chalkboard llama to a full-fledged character. And made llama t-shirts, coozies, and stickers.
The Golden Llama was passed to our teammate Jacey, beginning a quarterly tradition that still stands today.
We declared the llama our official mascot and named him Ollie.
Our teammate Ben suggested sending Golden Llamas around the U.S., so other companies could recognize their teammates, too.
The first international Golden Llama arrived in China.
We shipped our 1000th Golden Llama.
At our new headquarters, we designed an interactive wall to showcase our quarterly Golden Llamas.
We awarded our friend and customer, Nat Brown, the Golden Llama of the Year Award at our conference, Yellowship.