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National Geographic

Cause An Uproar

Tapped by one of the most iconic magazine brands in the world, JESS3 worked with National Geographic to help bring the issue of the decline of big cats across the globe to the forefront through social-driven web design.

When asked to create something that looked totally different from the National Geographic standard, JESS3 worked on multiple designs and illustrations to achieve the perfect look for National Geographic’s big cat initiative, “Cause An Uproar.”

With an engaging UI / UX for users, the new Cause An Uproar site is cool, educational and a doorway to a bigger call to save big cats. The new site was created in honor and celebration of big cats, and the design, in its own way, pays tribute to their majestic features and profiles.

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Behind the Scenes of Our Gmail Stop Motion Commercial

Awed by the minutia and beautiful craftsmanship that went into filming each aspect of our stop motion Gmail commercial, we decided to put together our own film to document the detailed work that went into making the Gmail interface come to life.

JESS3 and GE Team Up For Healthcare Associated Infections Infographic

JESS3 for GE have teamed up for the Healthcare Associated Infections Infographic which visualizes several statistics related to the spread and burden on the healthcare system created by HAIs. GE hopes to raise awareness about the widespread problem which scientific evidence suggests could often be preventable.

JESS3 Designs OpenAir's Summer 2011 Logo

OpenAir’s mission is to bring together the best in citizen engagement, development, data visualization and policy in a setting that is open and conducive to collaboration.To help bring the essence of OpenAir to live, JESS3 explored a variety of typefaces and iconic pairings before selecting the open infinity sign as the final logo.

Leslie Bradshaw to Appear as Featured Guest on GDL: Women Techmakers

Leslie Bradshaw, President, COO, and Co-Founder of JESS3 joins Google hosts Megan Smith and Betsy Masiello for "Google Developers Live Presents: Women Techmakers" on Nov. 5th @ 2:30 p.m. (PST). "Women Techmakers" is a five-episode series "highlighting women in the technical space who are fearlessly innovating, honing technical expertise, and testing the boundaries of technology." Leslie's appearance on the first episode will feature a discussion of her experience growing a design business from two employees to a transnational operation.

The State of the Internet Nominated for a Webby

The nominations for the 15th annual Webby Awards have been announced and the JESS3 team has been included in the "Online Film & Video - Technology" nominees for the State of the Internet video alongside some amazing amazing projects from WSJ, The New York Times and Engadget. Voting is open to the public this year through the Webby's People's Voice Award site.

CEO and Founder Jesse Thomas Named as 500 Startups Mentor

JESS3 CEO and Founder Jesse Thomas was named as a mentor for 500 Startups. Thomas joins a robust group of more than 175 other industry leaders around the globe. Thomas will share branding, marketing, and visual communication expertise gained from his experience shaping JESS3. Mentors must dedicate at least five hours a month to assisting startups. "I look at this like a badge of honor," said Thomas upon the announcement.

JESS3 Helps Estée Lauder Raise Awareness with pureDKNY Video

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'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 an "out with the old, in with the new" feel. As the TLD story continues to unfold, JESS3's art is as relevant as ever. Notes Washington Post reporter Hayley Tsukayama: "The organization tasked with regulating the Web’s domain names — that’s everything to the right of the dot in a URL — released its list detailing who has applied for new Web suffixes Wednesday. Companies who applied for new addresses include Apple, Amazon, Google and Microsoft as well as prominent firms such as Macy’s, Wal-Mart and Tiffany. Each application cost the companies $185,000."

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