JESS3 is a creative agency that specializes in data visualization.

We would love to work with you, send us a note at hi@jess3.com, or call 571-213-4308

JESS3 Labs

Ex-Blocker

In 2010, JESS3 created a plugin for Firefox, Chrome, and other browsers that essentially allowed you to delete your ex from the internet. By entering the ex’s first and last names and various social media handles, it would filter any mention of him or her from entering your browser. As soon as JESS3 released the plugin our PR team began pitching and promoting it to bloggers and news outlets.

Almost immediately we secured a hit on CNN. The plugin was covered on woman’s blog Jezebel and MSNBC. We reached out to dozens of tech blogs that covered the social media dating scene. First Motherboard covered it, and that hit led to further placements on Gizmodo (a tech blog with millions of daily readers) and Slashdot (one of the oldest and most influential tech websites with hundreds of thousands of daily readers).

Soon, JESS3 was fielding interviews with major news outlets. The New York Daily News covered the plugin and so did the Globe and Mail, Seattle Weekly and AOL’s Popcrunch. Within a week, JESS3’s COO was fielding multiple interviews on major television news programs and the plugin was even mention on Jimmy Fallon’s show.

As is usual with JESS3 PR projects, we received too many hits to fit concisely in a case study, but we saved most of the hits on delicious, so check them out yourself . Within a month, several million people had read or heard about the plugin and thousands of people downloaded it.

Read More
  • Get Our Newsletter

JESS3 Designs Posters for Google's New LA Office

To celebrate the opening of its new offices, Google LA approached frequent design partner JESS3 to create 13 movie-sized posters, one for each of the major engineering efforts at the LA site that would live beyond the opening event in ...

Eloqua and JESS3 Release the Grande Guide to Wikipedia

In no more time than it takes to finish your 16-ounce cup of morning coffee, you can learn all about one of the web’s biggest phenomena in “The Grande Guide to Wikipedia.” This is the fifth installment of Eloqua ...

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 ...

JESS3 Builds the NIKEiD Zoom Kobe VI iD Facebook app

Working closely with the NIKEiD's brand team, JESS3 adapted their award-winning builder to be seamlessly integrated into Facebook. The NIKEiD Zoom Kobe VI iD Facebook application produced more than 2,500 user-submitted designs within the first 36 hours.

The Message is the Messenger

Nobody captured the power of influence better than Marshall McLuhan who said, “The message is the medium.” But what happens to influence when media institutions fall? This infographic from JESS3 and Eloqua examines how influence has shifted to the individual ...

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 ...

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 ...

Google x JESS3 Super Tuesday Graphic Featured on Mashable

JESS3 and Google teamed up to visualize Google's search data, and to analyze the top searches of each Super Tuesday state. We created a graphic for Google to share the most searched GOP candidate and issues surrounding Super Tuesday ...

»
«