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American Express

Mobile Payment Infographic

The Project: To raise awareness about the newly-designed Serve blog, an informational hub for the popular digital payments platform, American Express partnered with JESS3 to conceptualize, research, design and develop an infographic highlighting the rise of mobile payments.

Our Methodology: To begin, our team worked closely with American Express to find the right narrative and then the data to support it. Laying out the data in a chronological chart and creating icons to illustrate the most notable milestones along the way, JESS3’s data visualization team created a fun, educational infographic chockfull of facts about the evolution of mobile payments worldwide.

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