Jesse Thomas and Leslie Bradshaw are honorees of Washington Life's annual "The Young and The Guest List." They are among 250 40-and-under movers and shakers in the nation's capital, named for their leadership in pushing the city forward with innovative ideas in technology.
We are proud to present the 5th installment in our "State of" series, The Evolution of Radio Waves. Working closely with Agilent Technologies, a leader in electronic and bio-analytics measurement instruments design and manufacturing, our team created a two-minute animation which walks the viewer through the history of radio wave technology.
To celebrate the opening of its new offices, Google LA approached frequent design partner JESS3 to create 13 movie-sized posters, one for each of the major engineering efforts at the LA site that would live beyond the opening event in November. The result is a group of fun illustrated infographics which tell the story of the processes behind Ad Sense, Chrome, and Google+ photo sharing and more.
Publishing mid-conference at TechCocktail's Startup Mixology, JESS3's lead reporter Chris Cassidy captured insights from former AOL CEO Steve Case, Genius Rocket President and our own Co-founder and President Leslie Bradshaw. Infographic capturing them all forthcoming!
Our latest release is another partnership with GE, a follow up to our "Future of Solar" visualization released earlier this month. The Tower Bridge Infographic outlines the history of one of London's most recognizable landmarks from its opening over 100 years ago, in 1894 to present day, where the bridge sees as many as 40,000 pedestrians and motorists pass over it each day.
The Huffington Post’s Los Angeles vertical spotlighted “Coachella by the Likes,” JESS3’s infographic examining Coachella’s roster by number of “Likes” each band has on Facebook. We matched the number of Facebook fans per musical act with their graphic presence on the annual Coachella lineup poster. Making use of the Facebook-liking, data-driven generation, the resulting visualization triggered insightful discoveries about the festival’s lineup. The Huffington Post used our findings to surmise whether “Coachella's iconic poster [does] justice to the most popular acts when it comes to prominence and font size.”
Mashable featured JESS3’s Creepy Cupid series of digital valentines as part of their Valentine’s Day coverage, publicizing their humour and connection to the all-too-real online world of dating. Our graphics, called a “hilarious set,” use real quotes from online dating site OKCupid to encapsulate the boldness — and the trepidations — of online dating. Ranging from the silly to the outright absurd, the shareable cards were optimized for social media and capitalized on the hashtag #CreepyCupid. Mashable noted that regardless of whether love is blind, our playful graphics are “all the visualization you need.”
MTV — the network that has defined the music industry for 30 years teamed up with digital partner JESS3 to give a voice to the people with the inaugural O Music Awards. In celebration of the new ways we all experience and consume music, the awards show was designed to be Open, Ongoing and Online — pressing pause twice a year to recognize and reward fans, artists and technologists.