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Looking to raise awareness about its efforts to empower women abroad, Estée Lauder approached JESS3 to help tell its story visually. Our team took on the challenge of producing two videos to raise awareness about Estée Lauder’s recent partnership with CARE International, an organization that helps women across the globe succeed economically.
JESS3 designed a full ad-wrap on a tram for Rádio Expres 107.6, one of Slovakia's most popular mainstream radio stations. Agency partner: Saatchi & Saatchi.
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!
Often overshadowed online by their domestic counterparts, several "big cat" species worldwide have declined and now face near-extinction. Taking action, National Geographic launched a social media campaign to raise awareness with help from JESS3 on the design front. Rawr!
Google Earth reached 1 billion downloads and asked the infographic experts at JESS3 to help commemorate the milestone. We selected the “Around the world in 60 seconds” concept to add a story-telling dimension to the infographic while highlighting the ease and speed with which users can explore some of the most fascinating parts of the globe.
Our President, COO and co-founder reflects on the early days at JESS3 in slide and word. Initially designed for the CEOs of Silicon Valley Bank's portfolio companies, Leslie extends her thinking following the event in this blog post. Top learnings include: dedicating early to excellence and labs, focusing on data visualization, hiring more seasoned talent and more women, and making health and wellness a priority from the top down.
Google is focusing on the empowerment of voters by arming them with the news, information and knowledge required to become more meaningful participants in the country’s democratic process. There’s no question that the web is poised to deliver more political information, opinion and news than any other medium. Google and JESS3 foresee the Internet playing its biggest role yet in American elections.
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.