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The Social Media Brandsphere

The Project: The latest partnership between JESS3 and Brian Solis, the Social Media Brandsphere breaks down the five different ways brands can engage with their customers through social media channels and how each different technique produces a wide range of possibilities for interaction and storytelling between people and brands.

Our Methodology: JESS3’s design team worked closely with Brian Solis to portray the different layers and circles of the brandsphere appropriately and clearly to beautifully convey the importance of each element at-a-glance.

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JESS3 Continues Its U.S. Expansion With Five New Offices

While JESS3 continues to operate entirely in the cloud across multiple time zones and countries, we believe strongly in having a physical space to collaborate, tap into creative epicenters and to better serve our clients. From Florida to Oregon, Denver and Oklahoma to LA, we are thrilled to announce that we're expanding our footprint to do just that.

Creepy Cupid Valentines by JESS3 Featured on Mashable

Mashable featured JESS3’s Creepy Cupid series of digital valentines as part of their Valentine’s Day coverage, publicizing their humour and connection to the all-too-real online world of dating. Our graphics, called a “hilarious set,” use real quotes from online dating site OKCupid to encapsulate the boldness — and the trepidations — of online dating. Ranging from the silly to the outright absurd, the shareable cards were optimized for social media and capitalized on the hashtag #CreepyCupid. Mashable noted that regardless of whether love is blind, our playful graphics are “all the visualization you need.”

JESS3 Founders Named as Honorees of 'The Young and The Guest List'

Jesse Thomas and Leslie Bradshaw are honorees of Washington Life's annual "The Young and The Guest List." They are among 250 40-and-under movers and shakers in the nation's capital, named for their leadership in pushing the city forward with innovative ideas in technology.

Google Translate taps JESS3 for "Can't Translate Spots"

Google Translate can translate text into 50 different languages, but some forms of communications remain that Google Can't Translate. JESS3 shot five 30-second spots to showcase what some of them are.

JESS3 and Zoetica Media Visualize The State of Influencer Theory

To illustrate Geoff Livingston's findings about influence, the author partnered with JESS3 to visualize the State of Influencer Theory through a dynamic infographic that outlines the different phases Influencer Theory on the Social Web has taken over the last ten years, from Malcom Gladwell’s Tipping Point in 2000 to the current movement: Leaderboards.

Washington Post Breaks the News: JESS3's Founders Moving to LA

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."

Eloqua Partners with JESS3 to Create the Latest Blog Tree

Eloqua, partnering once again with JESS3, has set out to visualize the most influential tech, design, startup and other blogs in the UK with a new infographic, The Blog Tree: UK Edition. This is the third installment to the Blog Tree series first released in late 2010. The UK Edition recognizes the most influential marketing bloggers and incorporates scoring of each blog's influence.

The Message is the Messenger

Nobody captured the power of influence better than Marshall McLuhan who said, “The message is the medium.” But what happens to influence when media institutions fall? This infographic from JESS3 and Eloqua examines how influence has shifted to the individual — how in today’s world, the message has become messenger.

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