JESS3's COO, President, and Co-Founder Leslie Bradshaw Q&A with Intel's Ekaterina Walter on The Huffington Post about the difficulties of starting and growing a business.
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Google Developers Live Presents: Women Techmakers with JESS3 on Nov. 5th from 2:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. (US / Pacific). Join Leslie Bradshaw, COO and Co-founder of JESS3, in conversation with Megan Smith and Betsy Masiello, as they discuss Leslie’s experience growing a design business from two employees to a transnational operation.
JESS3’s President, COO, and Co-founder, Leslie Bradshaw was named to the 2012- 25 Women Who Rock Social Media list by TopRank.
The Connected Workspace infographic created by JESS3 for Mindjet was featured in the business section of Mashable.com.
Due to its immense success Forbes.com has turned The Zen of Steve Jobs, the graphic novel JESS3 created with Caleb Melby, into a permapage on Forbes.com. The page allows readers to sample the first chapter at no cost.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s National Chamber Foundation (NCF) announced JESS3’s Co-founder Leslie Bradshaw as a U.S. Chamber Fellow for 2012-2013.
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.
The Infinite Atlas, a William Beutler and JESS3 visual project was featured on FastCoCreate.com in an article by Teressa Lezzi. The project includes a poster-sized map and legend of the complex geography as described in the famous novel by David Foster Wallace, The Infinite Jest.
JESS3’s infographic visualizing the length of former president Bill Clinton’s Democratic Convention speeches from the last nine addresses, appeared on-air on C-SPAN after President Clinton’s most recent speech re-electing President Obama as the Democratic nominee for the 2012 presidential election.
JESS3 CEO and Founder Jesse Thomas was featured in PBS’ Off Book series on animation and motion graphics where he discussed the past and present of this magical medium.