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Washington Post

The Future of Domains #icannlove

Partnering again with our hometown paper, JESS3 worked closely with the Washington Post to create an illustration surrounding a complex article exploring the soon to be released Top Level Domains.

In both the article as well as our illustration, the focus shows a shift away from traditional extensions like .com, .org and .net to emerging domains like .sport, .run and .life. The skyscrapers represent the future of the web, as businesses fuel the construction of this new digital landscape just as they drove the changes of city skylines. The old domains fall into disuse in the foreground, appearing shorter and abandoned when looking at the city skyline.

The article ran on the front page of The Washington Post on February 7, 2011 and online under the curated conversation tag: #icannlove.

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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.

Google Translate taps JESS3 for "Can't Translate Spots"

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.

JESS3 Founder Jesse Thomas on PBS Discussing the Art of Animation

This episode of PBS' Off Book series talks to animators and motion graphics creators about the past and present of this magical medium. New York University Professor and filmmaker John Canemaker presents a very brief history of animation and Jesse Thomas, founder of the creative agency JESS3, talks about how motion graphics have thrived on the Internet. Julia Pott, a Brooklyn-based animator, describes her intensely personal creative process and how she brings her experiences to life through "awkward" animal protagonists.

Leslie Bradshaw Named Woman to Watch in 2012

JESS3 President, COO and Co-founder, Leslie Bradshaw has been profiled and named one of "12 Women to Watch in 2012" by The Daily Muse. " The publication highlights Leslie for her accomplishments and, along with The Wall Street Journal, calls Bradshaw the “brains” driving the company forward.

Jesse Thomas Gives Expert Advice to Marketing Land

JESS3’s founder, Jesse Thomas, sat down with Marketing Land as one of 8 industry experts, including other designers and top level executives, to answer the questions “What makes an excellent infographic?” and “What should my expectations be for an infographic?” Jesse stressed in his answers that infographics need to be beautiful, but also meaningful and have the data to back them up, because “the primary purpose of an infographic is to spark informed conversation and action.” He also noted that “An infographic should be intelligent and tell the audience something they don’t already know, but say it with words and terms they do.”

Yahoo! Year in Review 2010

Ever wondered what the aggregate trends of the year looked like in terms of search data? Lucky for you, Yahoo! tracks the trends and partnered with JESS3 to bring them to life. From aspiration to tragedy, it is visualized in one magnificent infographic.

JESS3 Animates The New United Nations Foundation Mobile Application

To raise awareness of the launch of its free mobile application, where users can track the latest UN news, make donations and more, the United Nations Foundation turned to the JESS3 team to create a concise and informative thirty-second video.

JESS3 and Zoetica Media Visualize The State of Influencer Theory

To illustrate Geoff Livingston's findings about influence, the author partnered with JESS3 to visualize the State of Influencer Theory through a dynamic infographic that outlines the different phases Influencer Theory on the Social Web has taken over the last ten years, from Malcom Gladwell’s Tipping Point in 2000 to the current movement: Leaderboards.

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