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Visualizing Super Bowl XLV

Project: Twitter has always been used to report and react in real time to events that interest us all. The 45th Super Bowl was no exception. As a preferred agency partner, Twitter brought in JESS3 to support their tweet visualization project with the NFL and Visa.

Methodology: Along with Twitter, Visa and the NFL, JESS3 set out to create the ultimate dashboard for the consummate football fan. Part of creating a one stop shop was filtering and organizing the most important Twitter profiles and tweets. There was a dedicated area for tweets from NFL personnel as well as a separate area for tweets from official team members. We also experimented with showing trending topics and regional interest, both of which had dedicated views. Last, but certainly not least, we included a Twitter dialogue box for users to join the conversation.

In addition to designing and developing a fully interactive website, we also created a mobile optimized version. All told, JESS3 processed over 2.4 million super tweets leading up to and during the game itself.

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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.

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.

Announcing The Samsung SXSWi Social Media Installation

Samsung, the world's largest electronics company, made a big entrance into South by Southwest Interactive (SXSWi) this year. The company tapped data visualization leader JESS3, to create a cutting-edge, real-time social media aggregation wall displaying the hottest panels, trending topics and locations, as well as photos and tweets.

JESS3 on WUSA 9 Discussing Facebook Porn Attack

JESS3 co-founder Leslie Bradshaw was joined by JESS3 editorial and outreach director Simon Owens to discuss the finer points of how Facebook was hacked by porn spammers during the week of November 14th. WUSA 9 reporter Lindsey Mastis joined the JESS3 team at our DC offices, where they discussed what happened and how to avoid the situation in the future. It's un-Biebevable!

Tackling Cystic Fibrosis

Along with Samsung, Sears and the Boomer Esiason Foundation, JESS3 built a social media for social actions site that leverages foursquare, Twitter and Facebook to help "tackle" CF. Aiming to raise $150k, every tweet, check-in and Like drive the ball forward in the fight.

JESS3 Designs Zagat's Food Truck Map

Ever had a craving for a dish from a Food Truck only to find it isn't at its promised location? Thanks to the JESS3-designed Zagat Food Trucks site, NYC's food trucks are now trackable via a live interactive map.

JESS3 and GE Team Up For Healthcare Associated Infections Infographic

JESS3 for GE have teamed up for the Healthcare Associated Infections Infographic which visualizes several statistics related to the spread and burden on the healthcare system created by HAIs. GE hopes to raise awareness about the widespread problem which scientific evidence suggests could often be preventable.

JESS3 Takes Home Pumpkin Award

Known for our visual storytelling and diverse style, you would think our pumpkin for our DC office building's 2011 Halloween competition would be a masterpiece. Well, you would be wrong. With no designers in the DC office, we had to rely on one of our best kept secrets: our strategy team. The results that followed were not just comedic gold, but like all that we do, award-winning.

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