Partnering again with Eloqua, JESS3 has assembled some of the most interesting facts about the Austin-based festival since it came into existence some 25 years ago. The History of SXSW infographic also maps out the immense growth in attendance over the past few years of the music, film, and most recently, the interactive portions of South by South West.
Google Translate can translate text into 50 different languages, but some forms of communications remain that Google Can't Translate. JESS3 shot five 30-second spots to showcase what some of them are.
Eloqua partnered again with JESS3 to create an infographic celebrating the birth of disruptive innovations. The infographic launch coincides with a large company product announcement — Eloqua Engage for iPad, in which four “disruptions” converge: email, tablets, marketing automation and revenue performance management.
JESS3 CEO and Founder, Jesse Thomas, is a new contributor for the subscription service, Quarterly Co. Jesse joins the ranks of other select influential contributors and will send his subscribers fun, cool physical items in the mail. His goal is to send awesome things he finds while traveling. We're honored to have him selected as a contributor!
JESS3's own Director of Information Design, Robin Richards, shares his unique background and perspectives with industry pub Communication Arts. A must read for any aspiring infographic / data visualization designers.
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.
JESS3 has the pleasure to announce it is expanding its leadership team with three new hires. We are welcoming Lauren Cook aboard as VP of Client Strategy, Brad Cohen as Director of Strategy, and Bonnie Aumann as Technical Director. We are excited to continue to grow and reinforce our commitment to innovation, productization and diversified offerings.
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!