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Turner

College Life Infographic

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We’ve come a long way since the days of Animal House and three-digit tuition rates. This infographic for Turner explores some of the most dramatic changes to college life that have accompanied the dawn of the digital age.

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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 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 Releases "State of Cloud Computing"

JESS3 releases its newest installment in the “State of” series today with “The State of Cloud Computing,” an encompassing look at the history of cloud computing and the growing cloud economy.

JESS3 Featured by Fast Company Co.CREATE for Role in Infinite Atlas

Infinite Atlas is, in the simplest terms, "an independent research and art project seeking to identify, place and describe every possible location in David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest." In broader terms, it’s an infinitely absorbing marriage of literature and rich location-based data. The map is the work of Washington-based writer, and dedicated Infinite Jest fan, William Beutler. [...] The scope of the project meant Beutler brought in a number of creative partners, including agency JESS3 and DC web development company RedEdge, which helped bring the interactive map to life.

JESS3 Weighs-in on Mashable: 5 Ways Digital Has Forced Agencies to Adapt

Mashable writer Heather Whaling sat down with a number of agency leaders, including our own President, COO and Co-founder, to discuss the topic. A few of Leslie's remarks include: Leslie Bradshaw, president of JESS3, notes that a key agency role is “making sure that clients aren’t gravitating toward the latest ‘shiny object’ just because it is new, but rather helping them align their business objectives to the reason for participating in and leveraging a channel.” [...] JESS3’s Bradshaw explains that the company specializes in data visualization. However, her team partnered with Eloqua‘s Joe Chernov to develop the “smash-the-watermelon” digital distribution strategy.

From the Campaign Trail with Google: Operation South Carolina

After being on the ground for the initial primaries, our JESS3 team ran the Google Politics and Elections War Room for South Carolina from Google’s DC office. We've been helping visualize Google search data for the 2012 Elections, and the data for this primary shows a new story: Newtmentum.

Eloqua and JESS3 update The Blog Tree with New Growth

Launching a blog in today’s over-saturated web space is no easy feat. To do so successfully is even more remarkable. Eloqua, partnering once again with JESS3, recognizes some of the best blogs launched within the past two years in The Blog Tree: New Growth, a follow-up to the noted original released in late 2010.

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."

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