JESS3 and Brian Solis partnered up again to create an full update of their 2009 infographic and directory of Twitter applications, the Twitterverse. The Twitterverse displays the most notable apps, organized by their design and functionality.
Wanting to share the great takeaway with the rest of the world, Tech Cocktail’s founders Jen Consalvo and Frank Gruber worked with JESS3 to visualize advice given by the speakers at their Washington DC "Startup Mixology" Conference in the shape of their logo’s signature martini cocktail glass.
Samsung and the Dan Marino Foundation launched a fundraising campaign based on social actions on foursquare, Facebook and Twitter, earning $5 each. JESS3 stepped in to design both an infographic and a web site to educate people on both Autism and its impact on thousands of people but how the fundraising mechanism itself worked.
C-SPAN’s online Campaign 2012 Hub designed by JESS3, the creative agency which designed C-SPAN’s Webby Award-nominated 2008 Convention Hub, will provide complementary video, political information, and social engagement opportunities for C-SPAN’s political audience. The Hub will bring together people who love politics and are interested in the conventions to watch, discuss, share and connect with others.
Eloqua partnered again with JESS3 to create an infographic celebrating the birth of disruptive innovations. The infographic launch coincides with a large company product announcement — Eloqua Engage for iPad, in which four “disruptions” converge: email, tablets, marketing automation and revenue performance management.
JESS3 has been named one of the top 500 "Fastest Growing Private Companies" by Inc. Magazine for their strong year-over-year growth and proven track record. The company celebrates the 10th anniversary of founder Jesse Thomas' launching JESS3.com this year, as well as co-founder Leslie Bradshaw's 6th anniversary in September.
Capital Business reporter Tom Heath announced on Monday: "The founders of JESS3 — the District-based visual storyteller for corporations such as Google, NIKEiD and ESPN — are moving to Los Angeles next month. For good." Adding that, "JESS3 co-founder Leslie Bradshaw tells us the company set up offices in Highland Park a year ago. Bradshaw, who founded the firm with Jesse Thomas and is one of the key players in the local business scene, said the move will enable the firm to better serve their West Coast clients, which make up 90 percent of JESS3’s business."
To illustrate Perfect Market's findings after a study in the Summer of 2010 which found that real stories still matter, JESS3 designed an infographic illustrating which stories were the most talked.