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Message is the Messenger

Nobody captured the power of influence better than Marshall McLuhan who said, “The message is the medium.” But what happens to influence when media institutions fall?

This infographic from JESS3 and Eloqua examines how influence has shifted to the individual — how in today’s world, the message has become messenger. The businesswoman doubles as an advocate. The analyst is an entrepreneur. The blogger runs a non-profit.

Taking a modern twist on a Venn diagram, this infographic explores the overlapping and multi-dimensional roles today’s messengers are playing in this era of “personal media.” It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of personal brands. Instead it’s a collection of the people who inspire and inform those who created it. These are the voices that influence us.

Chief Content Officer Magazine listed Message is Messenger as #5 on Top 15 Most Innovative content marketing projects.

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JESS3 Featured by Fast Company Co.CREATE for Role in Infinite Atlas

Infinite Atlas is, in the simplest terms, "an independent research and art project seeking to identify, place and describe every possible location in David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest." In broader terms, it’s an infinitely absorbing marriage of literature and rich location-based data. The map is the work of Washington-based writer, and dedicated Infinite Jest fan, William Beutler. [...] The scope of the project meant Beutler brought in a number of creative partners, including agency JESS3 and DC web development company RedEdge, which helped bring the interactive map to life.

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.

Perseverance, Crowdsourcing & Design

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!

Eloqua and JESS3 Release the Grande Guide to Wikipedia

In no more time than it takes to finish your 16-ounce cup of morning coffee, you can learn all about one of the web’s biggest phenomena in “The Grande Guide to Wikipedia.” This is the fifth installment of Eloqua’s popular e-book series, and the revenue performance management giant has partnered with JESS3 once again to produce it.

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!

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.”

JESS3 Designs the Perfect Market Vault Index Top Ten Infographic

To illustrate Perfect Market's findings after a study in the Summer of 2010 which found that real stories still matter, JESS3 designed an infographic illustrating which stories were the most talked.

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."

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