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Guess the Song

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How do you see sound? With our Guess the Song project for Spotify, we captured not just the lyrics of a song, but a visual representation of its themes, styles, and impact in a series of snackable graphics. Spotify’s social media followers then had the chance to engage with the company by guessing the song depicted in the image.

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JESS3 and Foursquare Partner for the Elections with "I Voted"

JESS3 worked closely with foursquare to build a custom map visualization of Election Day check-ins that access over 108,000 official polling locations thanks to the Voting Information Project (Google x The Pew Center on the States).

JESS3 Featured in AdAge Article on 'Adland's New Era of Specialization'

JESS3 President, COO and Co-founder Leslie Bradshaw talks about our company's focus on data visualization, how it has given us a unique relationship with brands and platforms, and what it has meant to deviate from our core offerings in search of new revenue streams. "Our success has come from being best-in-class at one thing as opposed to being good at a lot of things," said Ms. Bradshaw. "We don't want to lose that as we go forward. It's tempting as clients ask us to do things two or three degrees to the right or left."

JESS3 Named to iMedia 25 Agencies to Watch

iMedia Connection named JESS3 to the iMedia 25 agency list, recognizing JESS3 as a key agency that has advanced interactive marketing through big ideas, brilliant creative, cutting-edge technology, and the passionate pursuit of excellence in the digital space. Citing our work with Samsung, ESPN, American Express, and recent partnership with the Google Politics and Elections team for the 2012 National Conventions, the article states, “JESS3 has a gift for turning numbers into stories and a passion for creating content strategies that resonate over the long haul.”

JESS3 Rings in the New Year with Bravo and Foursquare

It’s no doubt that 2010 was a huge year for both mobile and geosocial. Looking to end the year in a big bang, Bravo and foursquare tapped JESS3 to bring in the New Year with the first-ever live foursquare check-in broadcast on television.

Infographic Earns FastCo Press, Sheds Light on Poverty and Obesity Link

Originally created for CauseShift, the compelling JESS3 infographic gains traction, most recently being featured on Co.Exist. In an article titled, "Infographic: Untangling The Web Of Poverty, Obesity, And Food,"editor Morgan Clendaniel says , This new infographic, by Jess3 for CauseShift, attempts to draw some more concrete connections between poverty and obesity, and also highlights another concept: food insecurity." Comprised of data from states in the U.S., the infographic compares a state’s obesity rate, food assistance rate, poverty rate, and food insecurity level. The article digs in-depth into the data link laid out by the JESS3 inforgraphic.

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.

Leslie Bradshaw Discusses Women Entrepreneurship with The Huffington Post

JESS3 COO, Co-Founder, and President Leslie Bradshaw discusses the rise of women entrepreneurs with Ellie Cachette of The Huffington Post. One statistic sates that in the last 15 years alone women-owned businesses have increased by 54 percent, reaching over 8.3 million total in the United States. Bradshaw, a driving force behind the women business owner movement says, "Entrepreneurship is the next natural step for women. We've reached parity in higher education. We are no longer facing an overt, sexist glass ceiling in the management ranks. Now, it is time for us to launch and grow businesses."

JESS3 Brands Pot for the Washington Post

It’s an ongoing debate: the legalization of marijuana. A new twist on the hotly contested debate came in the form of a typical branding challenge, but with a very atypical client: The Washington Post. See it to believe it.

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