As a life-long design and data visualization lover, infographics are one of my favorite pieces to create and to explore. It’s the mix of an incredible visual, snackable data and easily sharable content that is the beauty of an infographic. This is what makes Visual.ly, an infographic-sharing community, so great: it’s social data visualization at its best.
Tag: Data Visualization
For three days in early December, tech CEOs, bloggers, and start-up entrepreneurs descended into Paris to attend the world-renowned LeWeb conference.
JESS3’s VP of Production and Operations Becca Colbaugh sat down with the team behind the ultra-useful Harvest app to discuss the challenges and rewards of running a fast paced company like JESS3.
There is no shortage of newsworthy events that emerge from the France’s LeWeb conference every year. We visualized what each day was all about.
JESS3 is honored this week to join many of the world’s most renowned thinkers, companies and entrepreneurs at this year’s LeWeb conference in Paris. Working closely with our Art Director Jim Hollander (SKWAK), I will be creative directing a series of visualizations that encapsulate data from Radian6 and insights from each of the panels.
As an entrepreneur, you spend a lot of your time looking forward and asking: where are we headed? do we have enough cash flow and resources to keep moving? what’s the next big thing? where do we want to be in 18 months?
Over the past few years, my team and I have had the pleasure of working with social media author and expert Brian Solis on a number of infographics, including The Conversation Prism and The Twitterverse, which we have updated each year.
From Moses’ clay tablets, to the Old Spice Guy, to Fred Wilson’s blog, influencers have been influencin’ since the dawn of time.
It feels like it was just yesterday that we released the first version of The Content Grid with Eloqua. I remember it particularly clearly because pitching it was my very first project as JESS3’s newest hire last June. At the time, the infographic seemed incredibly complex to me, so I broke it down in terms that I thought anyone would be able to digest, regardless of their level of experience in content marketing: “The Content Grid is a visual guideline that plots out two things: 1) who should create content and 2) how it should be distributed for the biggest sales impact.”
It seems like it was just yesterday that the JESS3 team was in Austin, soaking in rays of Texas sunshine, scarfing down breakfast tacos and listening in on amazing panels from our industry’s brightest.