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Video Player

JESS3 created a custom video player for C-SPAN to feature live streaming and archived videos on its website. As a part of our process, we evaluated dozens of video players from the well-known (e.g., YouTube) to the well-designed (e.g., Vimeo) and everything in between.

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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 Tackles TechCrunch and TECHcocktail DC

On a recent Wednesday, JESS3 had a tech presence on both U.S. coasts - TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, CA and TECHcocktail in Washington, DC. Check out a quick rundown of the bicoastal tech event extravaganza.

JESS3 Weighs-in on Mashable: 5 Ways Digital Has Forced Agencies to Adapt

Mashable writer Heather Whaling sat down with a number of agency leaders, including our own President, COO and Co-founder, to discuss the topic. A few of Leslie's remarks include: Leslie Bradshaw, president of JESS3, notes that a key agency role is “making sure that clients aren’t gravitating toward the latest ‘shiny object’ just because it is new, but rather helping them align their business objectives to the reason for participating in and leveraging a channel.” [...] JESS3’s Bradshaw explains that the company specializes in data visualization. However, her team partnered with Eloqua‘s Joe Chernov to develop the “smash-the-watermelon” digital distribution strategy.

Mind of a Freelancer Infographic Earns Frontpage Coverage on Mashable

The Mind of a Freelancer Infographic sees frontpage coverage from our friends over at Mashable. The infographic both celebrates and informs others about the freelance lifestyle, detailing the numerous benefits of being your own boss, but also illustrating some of the pitfalls. As Allegra Tepper writes in the Mashable article, "The study however concluded that overall, freelancers seem pretty happy with the career move." Another notable mention in the article as a reflection of the Mind of a Freelancer infographic was the longer a person freelances, the happier they are with the decision.

JESS3 Goes Mobile: Weekly Pics from Our Phones

Every week, the JESS3 team submits photos from their mobile phones, wherever they are in the world. From the water, to the land, from all-nighters to weekends at the beach, from France to San Francisco, we capture the magical mobile moments that make up our days as JESS3'rs.

JESS3 Builds the NIKEiD Zoom Kobe VI iD Facebook app

Working closely with the NIKEiD's brand team, JESS3 adapted their award-winning builder to be seamlessly integrated into Facebook. The NIKEiD Zoom Kobe VI iD Facebook application produced more than 2,500 user-submitted designs within the first 36 hours.

JESS3 Animates Mozilla's Firefox 4 Release

In support of Mozilla's release of the latest version of its browser, Firefox 4, JESS3 crafted a minute-long spot to highlight its exciting new features. Using advanced digital-animation techniques, the video simulates a papercraft production. Vibrant visuals, coupled with the lively original soundtrack and personable voice over, educate viewers about the non-profit’s latest launch.

Washington Business Journal Covers JESS3 HQ Move to LA

As JESS3 begins to settle in its new Los Angeles headquarters, The Washington Business Journal announces the void it will leave in its former Washington D.C. home. President, and COO Leslie Bradshaw, along with CEO and Co-Founder Jesse Thomas moved to California in early June. WBJ Reporter Bill Flook writes, "JESS3 is going out West, where the clients are near and the talent is plentiful." Flook continues, "The reasons behind the relocation are predictable. JESS3 works for some big-name tech and media clients." Last year alone, 93% of JESS3's revenue came solely from their West Coast clients. As Bradshaw states in the article, "It’s just nice to be a little bit closer to the clients we serve."

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