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Selfie-taking T-Rexes, hardcore gamer pugs, sloths with smartwatches – it’s like the internet has come to life. Our last design for Product Hunt, the Glasshole Kitty, was so popular that they brought us on to design the next generation of tech-obsessed fauna.

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JESS3 Welcomes New Hires Simon Owens and Glenn Siegman

As part of its continued efforts to fuse the best of Madison Avenue and Silicon Valley, JESS3 has added two new team members to its Washington D.C. workforce. Simon Owens who has many years of expertise in the digital PR space under his belt will be coming in as Director of PR and Glenn Siegman, a skilled backend Engineer, will be joining the development team.

JESS3 Social Tech Infographic Featured on Mashable.com

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?

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.

New Conversation Prism Released!

For the third year in a row, Brian Solis and JESS3 have partnered to map out the social media landscape. First launched in 2008, the "v3.0" of the Conversation Prism reflects the changes the social media world saw in the past year.

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.

Tackling Cystic Fibrosis

Along with Samsung, Sears and the Boomer Esiason Foundation, JESS3 built a social media for social actions site that leverages foursquare, Twitter and Facebook to help "tackle" CF. Aiming to raise $150k, every tweet, check-in and Like drive the ball forward in the fight.

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."

JESS3 COO Leslie Bradshaw Debuts Forbes Female Leadership Column with More Seats Infographic

To accompany Leslie Bradshaw's first article on Forbes, "Why Women Having a Seat At The Table Is Not Enough," and underscore the disparity between the leadership roles men hold as compared to women, JESS3's design team crafted a custom-infographic, displaying the percentages as male and female silhouettes sitting on an actual chair.

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