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Brian Solis

The Conversation Prism v1.0

In 2008, JESS3 and social media marketing expert Brian Solis worked together to create a graphic that charts online conversations between the people that populate communities as well as the networks that connect the Social Web. The graphic, known as The Conversation Prism, is designed to help the public visualize the extent and pervasiveness of the online conversations that can impact and influence businesses and brands.

The Conversation Prism has since been translated in several countries to reflect the regional social media landscape, has been written about in several hundred media outlets and is available for purchase in poster form due to demand from the public.

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JESS3 and Eloqua Receive Gold MarkCom Award for Social Media ProBook

JESS3's long time content partner and leading provider of on-demand Revenue Performance Management solutions Eloqua has been honored with a Gold MarcCom Awards in the Marketing/Promotion Campaign category for its 42-page Social Media Probook. The Probook was released in June of 2011 and includes updates on various social media platforms along with advanced information, insights and instructions.

Yahoo! Taps JESS3 for Election 2010 Infographic Design

Yahoo! News a has paired up with JESS3 to create a series of infographics illustrating data culled from the non-traditional polling found on their unique midterm elections hub, Yahoo! Ask America.

JESS3 and Brian Solis update The Twitterverse

JESS3 and Brian Solis partnered up again to create an full update of their 2009 infographic and directory of Twitter applications, the Twitterverse. The Twitterverse displays the most notable apps, organized by their design and functionality.

JESS3 and GE Team Up For Healthcare Associated Infections Infographic

JESS3 for GE have teamed up for the Healthcare Associated Infections Infographic which visualizes several statistics related to the spread and burden on the healthcare system created by HAIs. GE hopes to raise awareness about the widespread problem which scientific evidence suggests could often be preventable.

JESS3 Team Mobile Uploads, SOPA & PIPA Edition

Instead of posting our usual weekly team Mobile Uploads, we’ve rounded up some of the actions our team members have taken to protest the SOPA and PIPA initiatives. The team has signed petitions, called local reps, and transferred 175 domains from GoDaddy, an early supporter of SOPA, to Namecheap.

JESS3 Designs Google Docs "Presentations" Deck

To reveal its latest Google Doc offering, the new Google presentations, Google approached JESS3 to create an embedded deck to showcase the editor’s key differentiators. To create the deck, our design team used elements which are all available in the new Google presentations interface.

JESS3 and Blackboard Collaborate on Visualizing the Active Learner

As a part of our ongoing commitment to create content as a public service, we had the opportunity to partner with Blackboard to visualize the "Active Learner" in the context of the state of education experience. As Blackboard notes on their blog: "Digital natives become the majority in classrooms and lecture halls, we are at critical turning point in education. What’s that light around the corner? A world where everyone in education can access infinite teaching tools, information, and analytics from anywhere at any time. A world where all kinds of education activities, from discussions to lectures to collaboration, can be done virtually."

Jesse Thomas Gives Expert Advice to Marketing Land

JESS3’s founder, Jesse Thomas, sat down with Marketing Land as one of 8 industry experts, including other designers and top level executives, to answer the questions “What makes an excellent infographic?” and “What should my expectations be for an infographic?” Jesse stressed in his answers that infographics need to be beautiful, but also meaningful and have the data to back them up, because “the primary purpose of an infographic is to spark informed conversation and action.” He also noted that “An infographic should be intelligent and tell the audience something they don’t already know, but say it with words and terms they do.”

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