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Project “It’s a Small World” for the internet age, this double-sided poster combines simple graphics and icons to drive home the stunning impact that social media connectivity has had on politics and life around the world.

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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!

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.

JESS3 Praised for Best Startup Swag

JESS3 earns notice for being one of five of DC’s hottest startups with the “Best Startup Swag.” InTheCapital gives a shout-out to JESS3 swag calling the t-shirts, “absurdly awesome and well designed to the point where you feel guilty for accepting it for free.” Along with the swag applaud, InTheCapital states JESS3 founder and CEO, Jesse Thomas as, “easily one of the coolest people you will ever meet in D.C. Tech.” Did it stop there? Not exactly. InTheCapital writer Carl Pierre went on to state, “if I saw any JESS3 t-shirts, posters, or pins -- being sold in a store, I would not hesitate to whip out my wallet and pay actual money for it.”

JESS3 Releases the State of Wikipedia

The fourth in its series of informative motion graphic videos, JESS3 released today the State of Wikipedia, which walks the viewer through the creation, evolution and future of the indispensable online resource Wikipedia, all narrated by its co-founder Jimmy Wales.

MTV Taps JESS3 as Digital Partner for the First O Music Awards

MTV — the network that has defined the music industry for 30 years teamed up with digital partner JESS3 to give a voice to the people with the inaugural O Music Awards. In celebration of the new ways we all experience and consume music, the awards show was designed to be Open, Ongoing and Online — pressing pause twice a year to recognize and reward fans, artists and technologists.

JESS3 Weighs-in on Mashable: 5 Ways Digital Has Forced Agencies to Adapt

Mashable writer Heather Whaling sat down with a number of agency leaders, including our own President, COO and Co-founder, to discuss the topic. A few of Leslie's remarks include: Leslie Bradshaw, president of JESS3, notes that a key agency role is “making sure that clients aren’t gravitating toward the latest ‘shiny object’ just because it is new, but rather helping them align their business objectives to the reason for participating in and leveraging a channel.” [...] JESS3’s Bradshaw explains that the company specializes in data visualization. However, her team partnered with Eloqua‘s Joe Chernov to develop the “smash-the-watermelon” digital distribution strategy.

The Art of Social Design Presentation

Presentation by JESS3's President & COO Leslie Bradshaw and Director of Strategy Brad Cohen at Intel's "Be Social: Intel's Global Social Media Conference" in Portland, Oregon July 11th. Leslie and Brad addressed just over 125 Intel employees from 8 countries about "The Art of Social Design".

JESS3’s Coachella Infographic Featured on The Huffington Post

The Huffington Post’s Los Angeles vertical spotlighted “Coachella by the Likes,” JESS3’s infographic examining Coachella’s roster by number of “Likes” each band has on Facebook. We matched the number of Facebook fans per musical act with their graphic presence on the annual Coachella lineup poster. Making use of the Facebook-liking, data-driven generation, the resulting visualization triggered insightful discoveries about the festival’s lineup. The Huffington Post used our findings to surmise whether “Coachella's iconic poster [does] justice to the most popular acts when it comes to prominence and font size.”

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