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Votizen

Start Up Visa

Votizen, a new startup aiming to unite the political and social media realms, asked JESS3 to help raise awareness for an issue they hope to bring to center stage in the next political cycle: the Start Up Visa, which would allow foreign-born entrepreneurs to bring their companies to the U.S. if they create American jobs.

The resulting was a series of unexpected and visually arresting posters that stood out against the visual noise of SXSW. While other posters around the Austin Convention Center displayed glossy photos and the newest technical gadgetry, the Startup Visa series was a nostalgic nod to the “spirit posters” of World War II and the 1950s, recapturing the sense of civic duty and pride they represented: a sort of Rosie The Riveter for the 21st Century.

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The Making of an Infographic [A History of Dreamforce]

The cloud computing industry event of the year, Dreamforce '11 (#DF11), kicks-off next month. To celebrate, we partnered once again with Eloqua to create an infographic that gives a visual history of the event.

Leslie Bradshaw Named to TopRank's "25 Women Who Rock Social Media"

JESS3's President, COO and Co-Founder, Leslie Bradshaw, was named to the list, compiled by TopRank CEO Lee Odden, that includes industry leaders like Arianna Huffington, Randi Zuckerberg, Nilofer Merchant, Sloane Davidson, Ekaterina Walter, and more. Author and MarketingProfs Chief Content Officer Ann Handley, who graced last year's list and nominated Leslie for this year's, said of JESS3's chief, "She’s the brains (and possibly the brawn! – ha) behind JESS3, which has done the social web a big fat favor by relentlessly adhering to quality in the content it produces."

JESS3 Helps NASA and Gowalla Launch Partnership

To help Gowalla users find the NASA Moon Rocks across the U.S., JESS3's design team created a customized illustration of each location they can be found at the create a true cohesive treasure map.

JESS3 Live Sketches LeWeb '11

As an official production partner at this year’s highly anticipated LeWeb ’11 Conference, JESS3 attended the conference to contribute what its best known for: beautiful data visualizations. The catch? The infographics would be created in real-time. With the help of data partners Radian6, the JESS3 team created an infographic for each day of the conference using the topics discussed by the panelists in attendance as well as the topics most widely discussed in the social media.

Amnesty International and JESS3 Team up for Anniversary Infographics

JESS3 had the honor of helping leading human rights protection non-profit Amnesty International celebrates its 50th anniversary this year with the creation of five data visualizations. This collection of infographics aims to inform the public about some of the issues Amnesty International is most passionate about as well as the organization's history itself.

JESS3 Releases the State of Wikipedia

The fourth in its series of informative motion graphic videos, JESS3 released today the State of Wikipedia, which walks the viewer through the creation, evolution and future of the indispensable online resource Wikipedia, all narrated by its co-founder Jimmy Wales.

JESS3 Coordinates and Designs C-SPAN's Foursquare Badge

The newest in the partnership with C-SPAN and foursquare, JESS3 is proud to have helped coordinate the network's efforts to bring education and politics to the masses through the geosocial platform in the form of a dedicated foursquare C-SPAN badge. Designed by JESS3, this badge can be obtained by checking in to five pre-determined politically significant locations, mostly around the Washington, D.C. area.

Yahoo! Taps JESS3 for Election 2010 Infographic Design

Yahoo! News a has paired up with JESS3 to create a series of infographics illustrating data culled from the non-traditional polling found on their unique midterm elections hub, Yahoo! Ask America.

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