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JESS3 built a branded, interactive web site for author Leslie Sanchez’ book You’ve Come a Long Way, Maybe about women in politics. The site featured a blog page, conversation aggregation through tweets, press clips, relevant video clips and background on the author, all matching the look of the book’s design.

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Communication Arts Features Robin Richards

JESS3's own Director of Information Design, Robin Richards, shares his unique background and perspectives with industry pub Communication Arts. A must read for any aspiring infographic / data visualization designers.

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 ...

Leslie Bradshaw Named One of Huffington Post's Women In Tech You Need To Follow On Twitter

As part of an ongoing HuffPost series on Women in Tech, the Huffington Post has compiled a list of 27 female prominent women in technology they feel everyone should be following on Twitter. It is an honor to see our ...

JESS3 and Blackboard Collaborate on Visualizing the Active Learner

As a part of our ongoing commitment to create content as a public service, we had the opportunity to partner with Blackboard to visualize the "Active Learner" in the context of the state of education experience. As Blackboard notes on ...

Mashable Features JESS3’s Novel “Old School” Approach to Marketing at SXSW

Mashable highlighted JESS3’s lo-fi approach to self-marketing at SXSWi 2013: posters. The site reported that for a conference positioned around new trends and cutting-edge technology, posters remain an effective and popular means of marketing. Tech start-ups have to compete ...

JESS3's TLD Visualization Featured in the Washington Post

As ICANN prepared to make a big Top Level Domain-related announcement in early 2011, JESS3 was commissioned by the Washington Post to bring a visual storytelling angle to the changing tides of domain names. The challenge was how to give ...

JESS3 Thanks Followers Every Friday

In an ongoing effort to thank our avid supporters on Twitter, JESS3 designs a weekly graphic that pulls in the shiny faces and unique avatars that have made our week especially awesome.

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 ...

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