JESS3 and Brian Solis partnered up again to create an full update of their 2009 infographic and directory of Twitter applications, the Twitterverse. The Twitterverse displays the most notable apps, organized by their design and functionality.
We are ecstatic to see our client, Samsung, named as one of the most talked about brands during the South by Southwest Interactive conference this year alongside Twitter, YouTube, foursquare and Chevrolet. During the five-day conference over half a million SXSW mentions were generated. Top mentions were displayed by the Samsung smartwall, an interactive installation designed by JESS3.
JESS3’s founder, Jesse Thomas, sat down with Marketing Land as one of 8 industry experts, including other designers and top level executives, to answer the questions “What makes an excellent infographic?” and “What should my expectations be for an infographic?” Jesse stressed in his answers that infographics need to be beautiful, but also meaningful and have the data to back them up, because “the primary purpose of an infographic is to spark informed conversation and action.” He also noted that “An infographic should be intelligent and tell the audience something they don’t already know, but say it with words and terms they do.”
Often overshadowed online by their domestic counterparts, several "big cat" species worldwide have declined and now face near-extinction. Taking action, National Geographic launched a social media campaign to raise awareness with help from JESS3 on the design front. Rawr!
Samsung and the Dan Marino Foundation launched a fundraising campaign based on social actions on foursquare, Facebook and Twitter, earning $5 each. JESS3 stepped in to design both an infographic and a web site to educate people on both Autism and its impact on thousands of people but how the fundraising mechanism itself worked.
Navigating a break up in the digital age? We have you covered. And so does the media: From CBS, ABC and CTV, to the Globe and Mail, NY Daily News and Glamour Magazine -- it is an international success just over a month after launching.
Presentation by JESS3's President & COO Leslie Bradshaw and Director of Strategy Brad Cohen at Intel's "Be Social: Intel's Global Social Media Conference" in Portland, Oregon July 11th. Leslie and Brad addressed just over 125 Intel employees from 8 countries about "The Art of Social Design".
Google Earth reached 1 billion downloads and asked the infographic experts at JESS3 to help commemorate the milestone. We selected the “Around the world in 60 seconds” concept to add a story-telling dimension to the infographic while highlighting the ease and speed with which users can explore some of the most fascinating parts of the globe.