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Mashable

Social Media for Social Good

As one of Mashable’s preferred vendors, JESS3 was tapped again to provide web site and branding design to Mashable’s “Social Good Conference.” The Social Good Conference was a one-day educational event celebrating the finale of Mashable’s summer-long “Summer of Social Good” charitable program.

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JESS3 Praised for Best Startup Swag

JESS3 earns notice for being one of five of DC’s hottest startups with the “Best Startup Swag.” InTheCapital gives a shout-out to JESS3 swag calling the t-shirts, “absurdly awesome and well designed to the point where you feel guilty for accepting it for free.” Along with the swag applaud, InTheCapital states JESS3 founder and CEO, Jesse Thomas as, “easily one of the coolest people you will ever meet in D.C. Tech.” Did it stop there? Not exactly. InTheCapital writer Carl Pierre went on to state, “if I saw any JESS3 t-shirts, posters, or pins -- being sold in a store, I would not hesitate to whip out my wallet and pay actual money for it.”

Eloqua and JESS3 update The Blog Tree with New Growth

Launching a blog in today’s over-saturated web space is no easy feat. To do so successfully is even more remarkable. Eloqua, partnering once again with JESS3, recognizes some of the best blogs launched within the past two years in The Blog Tree: New Growth, a follow-up to the noted original released in late 2010.

JESS3 Helps Google Visualize the Voters' Shift from TV to Devices

The POLITICO's Emily Schultheis reported on Google's announcement surrounding the types of information voters are paying attention to, noting that "their findings show the extent to which Americans have moved toward online and mobile media and away from traditional TV." Schultheis added: "The post is an extension of Google's 'Four Screens to Victory' concept for campaigns, which outlines the ways voters use four screens to get their political information: TV, computer, mobile and tablet." The infographic that was released along side the report was designed by the JESS3 team.

Sex, Love and the Double Standard

Our own co-founder and fearless leader Leslie Bradshaw joins an esteemed panel of women in media, entertainment, fashion, advertising and business to get real about a variety of sex and gender related topics. Brace yourself.

5 Defining Moments at JESS3

Our President, COO and co-founder reflects on the early days at JESS3 in slide and word. Initially designed for the CEOs of Silicon Valley Bank's portfolio companies, Leslie extends her thinking following the event in this blog post. Top learnings include: dedicating early to excellence and labs, focusing on data visualization, hiring more seasoned talent and more women, and making health and wellness a priority from the top down.

Intel Taps JESS3 for CES

For the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, JESS3 worked closely with processor-powerhouse Intel to design and develop the first ever social media data visualization to run at CES entirely in HTML5 and CSS3. The geosocial heat map was the most popular feature, showing what was "hot" on the show floor in real-time.

JESS3 Live Sketches LeWeb '11

As an official production partner at this year’s highly anticipated LeWeb ’11 Conference, JESS3 attended the conference to contribute what its best known for: beautiful data visualizations. The catch? The infographics would be created in real-time. With the help of data partners Radian6, the JESS3 team created an infographic for each day of the conference using the topics discussed by the panelists in attendance as well as the topics most widely discussed in the social media.

Eloqua x JESS3 Partner Again to Create Sequel Video

Eloqua and JESS3 have partnered again to create the sequel to The Future of Revenue. This video defines Revenue Performance Management and its impact on not only the world of sales and marketing but on the future of business as a whole. Eloqua wanted to define this slightly abstract concept more thoroughly, and to show that Revenue Performance Management adds a more scientific, and less creative, element to marketing.

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