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Mindjet

Storytelling Presentation Design

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Storytelling is the oldest human pastime, right after throwing rocks into ponds to hear the sound it makes. From fairy tales to dinner party anecdotes, stories help us make sense of the world. Our longtime content partner Mindjet brought us in to illustrate the importance of stories, and how they can be harnessed to build brand engagement and loyalty.

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JESS3 Visualizes The Future of Solar for GE

As GE continues to demonstrate its commitment to renewable energy through its latest solar panel development, it also continues in its data visualization efforts, tapping the infographic experts at JESS3 for their latest. The graphic details the story of solar power and provides additional context for GE’s latest product in solar technology, the most efficient thin film solar panel today.

JESS3 Visualizes Tech Cocktail's Winning Mix

Wanting to share the great takeaway with the rest of the world, Tech Cocktail’s founders Jen Consalvo and Frank Gruber worked with JESS3 to visualize advice given by the speakers at their Washington DC "Startup Mixology" Conference in the shape of their logo’s signature martini cocktail glass.

Creepy Cupid Valentines by JESS3 Featured on Mashable

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.”

TEDxYouth Comes to DC

Organized by Teens and Tech, which was founded by JESS3's own Daniel Brusilovsky, the event brought an important focus to the entrepreneurial spirit and abilities of young people. Hosted at AT&T, themes including the environment, technology and community were woven throughout.

The Workplace Zodiac Infographic by JESS3 and Mindjet Featured on Visual.ly

Infographic and data visualization community Visual.ly featured The Workplace Zodiac, an infographic created by JESS3 for Mindjet, on its front page. Outlining the dynamics of different Work Personality Types, the infographic was the final piece of Mindjet’s Workology series, which examines every team member’s role for maximizing team success. Although the project’s original intention was to drive brand awareness, Mindjet incorporated the series into their sales team’s efforts as well. The infographic is now in the top 5% of Business content on Visual.ly.

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 Founders Named to Inc. Magazine's 30 Under 30

JESS3 CEO and Founder Jesse Thomas along with President, COO and Co-founder Leslie Bradshaw are included in Inc.'s list for America's 30 Coolest Entrepreneurs Under 30 (2012). Along with being included in the list, Inc's J.J. McCorvey covers JESS3's rise to its present day status, "JESS3 is now packing up and moving to Los Angeles, and has developed a specialty in data visualization -- the company employs tactics like stop-motion animation, infographics, and puppetry (yes, puppetry) to present large sets of information for clients like Google, Nike, and ESPN."

JESS3 Featured in AdAge Article on 'Adland's New Era of Specialization'

JESS3 President, COO and Co-founder Leslie Bradshaw talks about our company's focus on data visualization, how it has given us a unique relationship with brands and platforms, and what it has meant to deviate from our core offerings in search of new revenue streams. "Our success has come from being best-in-class at one thing as opposed to being good at a lot of things," said Ms. Bradshaw. "We don't want to lose that as we go forward. It's tempting as clients ask us to do things two or three degrees to the right or left."

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