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!
ESPN and JESS3 have teamed up to release a fun "Schoolhouse Rock" inspired educational video about how Nielsen's TV ratings work. Using a mix of papercraft, computer animation, and handmade puppets, the video is a 5-minute walk through all you need to know about TV ratings, guided by would-be ESPN sportscasters Chip and Clay.
Today Leslie, our President, COO and Co-founder, presents at the world-class conference hosted by MediaBistro, Semantic Web and Inside Network. We are so proud to see her presentation, 'The Practitioner's Guide to Creating Content Like a Publisher,' featured on the SlideShare homepage!
JESS3 releases its newest installment in the “State of” series today with “The State of Cloud Computing,” an encompassing look at the history of cloud computing and the growing cloud economy.
To celebrate five years of expanding digital media literacy in the nation’s capital, the DC Social Media Club teamed up with local partner JESS3 to showcase the club’s achievements to date. The resulting infographic portrays the most significant milestones in the SMC's history. Through the use of custom icons and illustrations, our illustrators added a touch of fun to the narrative.
JESS3's latest infographic The Connected Workspace was featured on Mashable.com. Teaming up with our long time content partners Mindjet, we visualized the benefits of social technology using leveraged data from McKinsey. Interesting highlights from the infographic include the finding that social technology could improve the productivity of some workers by 20-25%, and also that only 3% of companies using social tech are "fully networked" and are "benefiting substantially." Our infographic asks an important question to the modern day working class. What sort of social tech does your company leverage?
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."
Called “The Essential Guide to Facebook Emoticons,” The Next Web premiered JESS3’s graphic outlining how to create emoticons in Facebook messages, comments and chats. Displaying everything from Chris Putnam to a penguin, the emoticons and their keyboard shortcuts give users a wide breadth of fun options. As noted by The Next Web, JESS3’s graphic reveals the tricks of the keyboard shortcut trade to solve an “age-old problem” — expressing one’s excitement, or penguin obsession, through Facebook of course.