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The State of Influencer Theory

According to Geoff Livingston, author of “Welcome to the Fifth Estate,” the discussion about what influence is has been ongoing since the social web first began.

To illustrate his findings, Livingston 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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POV: Interview with Leslie Bradshaw, President of JESS3

Agency Post sits down with our fearless President, COO and Co-founder to discuss our company's approach to the creative process, her leadership philosophy and the ins-and-outs of building an agency from the ground up. In addition to talking about favorite projects, she also shouts-out JESS3's longtime veterans founder and CEO Jesse Thomas, VP of Production and Operations Becca Colbaugh, Comptroller Carol Zirkle, Director of Motion Mark Kulakoff and Senior Designer Eric Leach.

Fast Company and JESS3 Partner for Occupy Wall Street Infographic

As the Occupy Wall Street protest reached its 7th week, Fast Company got exclusive access to research by Harrison Schultz, who helped develop occupywallst.org, and Professor Hector R. Cordero-Guzman from the School of Public Affairs at Baruch College and partnered with the visualization experts at JESS3 to create an infographic.

JESS3 and Brian Solis Partner for the Social Media Brandsphere

The latest partnership between JESS3 and Brian Solis, the Social Media Brandsphere breaks down the five different ways brands can engage with their customers through social media channels and how each different technique produces a wide range of possibilities for interaction and storytelling between people and brands.

JESS3 and Eloqua Release an Updated Content Grid

JESS3 partners with Eloqua once again for an updated on 2010's Content Grid. The latest grid illustrates the role content plays in helping brands meet business objectives and buyers reach their individual goals. An added value of v2 is its outline for measuring content marketing success.

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.

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.

JESS3 Designs Google Docs "Presentations" Deck

To reveal its latest Google Doc offering, the new Google presentations, Google approached JESS3 to create an embedded deck to showcase the editor’s key differentiators. To create the deck, our design team used elements which are all available in the new Google presentations interface.

JESS3 Brands Pot for the Washington Post

It’s an ongoing debate: the legalization of marijuana. A new twist on the hotly contested debate came in the form of a typical branding challenge, but with a very atypical client: The Washington Post. See it to believe it.

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