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Go Green, Go Public

The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) and MiXT Media had JESS3 create a site which leveraged existing conversations across social media platforms to show how wide-spread public transportation use is—and can be—in an effort to help young adults save energy, help the environment, and experience additional mobility options as a result of taking the bus, train or another form of public transportation.

For its work with Go Green, Go Public, JESS3 is an Official Honoree in the “Green” category of the 14th Annual Webby Awards.

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Google x JESS3 Super Tuesday Graphic Featured on Mashable

JESS3 and Google teamed up to visualize Google's search data, and to analyze the top searches of each Super Tuesday state. We created a graphic for Google to share the most searched GOP candidate and issues surrounding Super Tuesday, and we are so excited to see Mashable has featured it!

JESS3 Videos Receive Beagle Short Tale Awards

JESS3 earned high praise at the Beagle Short Tale Awards. The video "Future of Revenue," created in conjunction with Eloqua, was recognized with three awards: Best Story Telling, Best Video with an Educational Theme and Best Animation. JESS3 also won Best Production for its three "State of" releases in 2010.

Illustrating the new extension landscape with Washington Post

Soon after the ICANN announced the release of new internet extensions becoming available, The Washington Post tapped JESS3 to illustrate an article outlining the possibilities of corporations snatching up universal terms, like ."love" - but who would that term belong to? The Washington Post has invited readers to share their thoughts via Twitter using the #icannlove hashtag.

Google Translate taps JESS3 for "Can't Translate Spots"

Google Translate can translate text into 50 different languages, but some forms of communications remain that Google Can't Translate. JESS3 shot five 30-second spots to showcase what some of them are.

JESS3 and Eloqua Release an Updated Content Grid

JESS3 partners with Eloqua once again for an updated on 2010's Content Grid. The latest grid illustrates the role content plays in helping brands meet business objectives and buyers reach their individual goals. An added value of v2 is its outline for measuring content marketing success.

JESS3's TLD Visualization Featured in the Washington Post

As ICANN prepared to make a big Top Level Domain-related announcement in early 2011, JESS3 was commissioned by the Washington Post to bring a visual storytelling angle to the changing tides of domain names. The challenge was how to give an "out with the old, in with the new" feel. As the TLD story continues to unfold, JESS3's art is as relevant as ever. Notes Washington Post reporter Hayley Tsukayama: "The organization tasked with regulating the Web’s domain names — that’s everything to the right of the dot in a URL — released its list detailing who has applied for new Web suffixes Wednesday. Companies who applied for new addresses include Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft as well as prominent firms such as Macy’s, Wal-Mart and Tiffany. Each application cost the companies $185,000."

JESS3 Helps Google Visualize the Voters' Shift from TV to Devices

The POLITICO's Emily Schultheis reported on Google's announcement surrounding the types of information voters are paying attention to, noting that "their findings show the extent to which Americans have moved toward online and mobile media and away from traditional TV." Schultheis added: "The post is an extension of Google's 'Four Screens to Victory' concept for campaigns, which outlines the ways voters use four screens to get their political information: TV, computer, mobile and tablet." The infographic that was released along side the report was designed by the JESS3 team.

JESS3 Founder Jesse Thomas on PBS Discussing the Art of Animation

This episode of PBS' Off Book series talks to animators and motion graphics creators about the past and present of this magical medium. New York University Professor and filmmaker John Canemaker presents a very brief history of animation and Jesse Thomas, founder of the creative agency JESS3, talks about how motion graphics have thrived on the Internet. Julia Pott, a Brooklyn-based animator, describes her intensely personal creative process and how she brings her experiences to life through "awkward" animal protagonists.

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