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National Geographic

Cause An Uproar

Tapped by one of the most iconic magazine brands in the world, JESS3 worked with National Geographic to help bring the issue of the decline of big cats across the globe to the forefront through social-driven web design.

When asked to create something that looked totally different from the National Geographic standard, JESS3 worked on multiple designs and illustrations to achieve the perfect look for National Geographic’s big cat initiative, “Cause An Uproar.”

With an engaging UI / UX for users, the new Cause An Uproar site is cool, educational and a doorway to a bigger call to save big cats. The new site was created in honor and celebration of big cats, and the design, in its own way, pays tribute to their majestic features and profiles.

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CEO and Founder Jesse Thomas Named as 500 Startups Mentor

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JESS3 Helps Google Create Election Coverage Site

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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 Social Tech Infographic Featured on Mashable.com

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Google x JESS3 WHCD Infographic Featured on New York Observer

As a part of our ongoing partnership with the Google Politics team, we worked together to develop an infographic that tells the story of past host popularity at the annual White House Correspondent's Dinner. By tapping into YouTube and Google Search insights, we mapped the last six years of WHCD data in one single view. Big thanks to the New York Observer for the write up!

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