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World Health Organization

World Breastfeeding Week 2013

The Project:
August 1-7 is the World Breastfeeding Week. World Health Organization teams up with JESS3 to create series of snackable graphics to encourage breastfeeding and support moms to do it. The graphics are available in Arabic, Chinese Mandarin, English, French, Russian and Spanish.

Our Methodology:
The breastfeeding series introduces tips to support moms for breaskfeeding by using friendly tones and cute hand-drawing style. The series features guidances for breastfeeding moms, advice for new dads, suggestions for friends/family, and recommendations for colleagues in workplace. The series are primary used to reach out to external audiences during World Breastfeeding Week, especially through Facebook to raise awareness of the need to support breastfeeding moms.

Result:
The graphics has resulted in increasing social engagement on WHO’s Facebook account.

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Yahoo! Year in Review 2010

Ever wondered what the aggregate trends of the year looked like in terms of search data? Lucky for you, Yahoo! tracks the trends and partnered with JESS3 to bring them to life. From aspiration to tragedy, it is visualized in one magnificent infographic.

Leslie Bradshaw Named Woman to Watch in 2012

JESS3 President, COO and Co-founder, Leslie Bradshaw has been profiled and named one of "12 Women to Watch in 2012" by The Daily Muse. " The publication highlights Leslie for her accomplishments and, along with The Wall Street Journal, calls Bradshaw the “brains” driving the company forward.

Leslie Bradshaw Named One of Huffington Post's Women In Tech You Need To Follow On Twitter

As part of an ongoing HuffPost series on Women in Tech, the Huffington Post has compiled a list of 27 female prominent women in technology they feel everyone should be following on Twitter. It is an honor to see our President and COO Leslie Bradshaw get a shout out on the list at number 24.

Intel Taps JESS3 for CES

For the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, JESS3 worked closely with processor-powerhouse Intel to design and develop the first ever social media data visualization to run at CES entirely in HTML5 and CSS3. The geosocial heat map was the most popular feature, showing what was "hot" on the show floor in real-time.

Samsung Smart Wall Featured by Fast Company

If you are the company you keep, then being mentioned along side Nike, GE and Chevy means you are doing something right. JESS3 could not be more proud to have helped contribute to this year's big win for Samsung at SXSW as the lead agency behind the design, development and curation of their #smartwall. We also loved that the Fast Company reporter Greg Fernestein clued in on Samsung and these brands as ones who have opted "for hands-on experiences and utility at SXSW" -- the new model of marketing that aims to empower, aid and co-create with consumers.

Tackling Cystic Fibrosis

Along with Samsung, Sears and the Boomer Esiason Foundation, JESS3 built a social media for social actions site that leverages foursquare, Twitter and Facebook to help "tackle" CF. Aiming to raise $150k, every tweet, check-in and Like drive the ball forward in the fight.

Behind the Scenes of Our Gmail Stop Motion Commercial

Awed by the minutia and beautiful craftsmanship that went into filming each aspect of our stop motion Gmail commercial, we decided to put together our own film to document the detailed work that went into making the Gmail interface come to life.

Ezra Klein: The Big Economic Boost of a Visit from POTUS, in One Graphic

"How much of a boost does a business get from a president’s visit? After the folks at the Washington sandwich shop Taylor Gourmet got a visit from President Obama on May 16, they decided to crunch the numbers and find out. President Obama spent exactly 15 minutes at Taylor Gourmet. That visit was enough to boost the stores’ sandwich sales by 15 percent. Orders for the Spruce Street (Obama’s hoagie of choice) jumped from 21 each day to 53 after the President’s visit. More in a very comprehensive infographic drawn up by design firm JESS3, after the jump."

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