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Free Run 2 Facebook Tab

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Following the success of the Kobe VI iD Facebook tab, NIKEiD worked again with the JESS3 team to create an enhanced version of the interactive application that enables people to customize and purchase their own Nike Free Run 2iD—Nike’s latest running shoe to hit NIKEiD.com.

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JESS3 Designs the Change the Ratio Logo

After realizing that only 13 percent of Wikipedia contributors are women, 1×57 has decided to raise awareness about the issue and encourage more to contribute through its free workshop “Women Who Wiki.” The event’s organizers tapped JESS3 for logo and barnstar design explorations to go along with its “Change the Ratio” campaign.

JESS3 Designs Posters for Google's New LA Office

To celebrate the opening of its new offices, Google LA approached frequent design partner JESS3 to create 13 movie-sized posters, one for each of the major engineering efforts at the LA site that would live beyond the opening event in November. The result is a group of fun illustrated infographics which tell the story of the processes behind Ad Sense, Chrome, and Google+ photo sharing and more.

JESS3’s Facebook Emoticon Graphic Featured on The Next Web

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.

Infographic Earns FastCo Press, Sheds Light on Poverty and Obesity Link

Originally created for CauseShift, the compelling JESS3 infographic gains traction, most recently being featured on Co.Exist. In an article titled, "Infographic: Untangling The Web Of Poverty, Obesity, And Food,"editor Morgan Clendaniel says , This new infographic, by Jess3 for CauseShift, attempts to draw some more concrete connections between poverty and obesity, and also highlights another concept: food insecurity." Comprised of data from states in the U.S., the infographic compares a state’s obesity rate, food assistance rate, poverty rate, and food insecurity level. The article digs in-depth into the data link laid out by the JESS3 inforgraphic.

JESS3 and Microsoft Office 365 Show the Cloud's Impact on SMBs

The team behind Microsoft’s Office 365 online software suite wanted to tell the story of the growth of small business through the increasing use of cloud computing. As a result, Microsoft partnered with JESS3’s expert data visualization team to create a vibrant, shareable graphic. The Small Businesses & the Cloud infographic outlines the top cloud-friendly cities in the US, the number of small businesses in the US and their growing use of the cloud.

Samsung #1 Buzzed About Non-Media Brand at SXSW

We are ecstatic to see our client, Samsung, named as one of the most talked about brands during the South by Southwest Interactive conference this year alongside Twitter, YouTube, foursquare and Chevrolet. During the five-day conference over half a million SXSW mentions were generated. Top mentions were displayed by the Samsung smartwall, an interactive installation designed by JESS3.

JESS3 and Brian Solis update The Twitterverse

JESS3 and Brian Solis partnered up again to create an full update of their 2009 infographic and directory of Twitter applications, the Twitterverse. The Twitterverse displays the most notable apps, organized by their design and functionality.

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.

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