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Tech Cards

JESS3 has been working with many of the original Garbage Pail Kids illustrators to create a series of “cards” lampooning the social media world. The project is ongoing and has been an absolute blast to research and plan for.

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JESS3 Named to iMedia 25 Agencies to Watch

iMedia Connection named JESS3 to the iMedia 25 agency list, recognizing JESS3 as a key agency that has advanced interactive marketing through big ideas, brilliant creative, cutting-edge technology, and the passionate pursuit of excellence in the digital space. Citing our work with Samsung, ESPN, American Express, and recent partnership with the Google Politics and Elections team for the 2012 National Conventions, the article states, “JESS3 has a gift for turning numbers into stories and a passion for creating content strategies that resonate over the long haul.”

JESS3 Designs OpenAir's Summer 2011 Logo

OpenAir’s mission is to bring together the best in citizen engagement, development, data visualization and policy in a setting that is open and conducive to collaboration.To help bring the essence of OpenAir to live, JESS3 explored a variety of typefaces and iconic pairings before selecting the open infinity sign as the final logo.

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.

Mind of a Freelancer Infographic Earns Frontpage Coverage on Mashable

The Mind of a Freelancer Infographic sees frontpage coverage from our friends over at Mashable. The infographic both celebrates and informs others about the freelance lifestyle, detailing the numerous benefits of being your own boss, but also illustrating some of the pitfalls. As Allegra Tepper writes in the Mashable article, "The study however concluded that overall, freelancers seem pretty happy with the career move." Another notable mention in the article as a reflection of the Mind of a Freelancer infographic was the longer a person freelances, the happier they are with the decision.

The End of Entrepreneurial Adolescence

Having functioned entirely under the “work-from-home” model until January of this year, we cannot speak more highly about what the physical space and proximity has done for our process, results, cohesion and inside jokes. This seems like an obvious statement to make, but as as a scrappy start-up that has been transforming into an established agency over the last two years, it is an important reflection point for us.

The First Check-in from Space Happened, JESS3 Helped

As a social media adviser and creative provider to NASA through other efforts including the NASA Buzzroom, JESS3 was an integral part of coordinating the partnership, strategy and media relations for the NASA x Foursquare partnership.

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.

Leslie Bradshaw Named One of Huffington Post's Women In Tech You Need To Follow On Twitter

As part of an ongoing HuffPost series on Women in Tech, the Huffington Post has compiled a list of 27 female prominent women in technology they feel everyone should be following on Twitter. It is an honor to see our President and COO Leslie Bradshaw get a shout out on the list at number 24.

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