I know its the social network we love to hate, but I like at least some if not all of the layout. It makes Facebook look so boring. It feels like tumblr + spotify + the old ghetto myspace crowd got older and more sophisticated.
Today, December 3rd, 2012, marks the 20th anniversary of the very first text message, otherwise known as SMS (Short Message Service). To properly celebrate the milestone, JESS3 brings you 20 facts —each in 160 characters or less, naturally—you may not know about that simple service you use to say sup to your boo.
“Dumb Ways to Die” is a cute, gruesome, fantastic musical PSA commissioned by Melbourne Metro (that’s Australia for the layman). Had PSA’s been this interesting when I was little I’d have paid alot more attention to them (would’ve saved me from putting a screwdriver in an electrical outlet).
Today we wanted to talk about production and what that can mean. The biggest challenge here is that the term “producer” is a bit of a catch-all. We could bore you with the various exploits that our team wrestles with everyday. But, this would mostly involve such feats of bravery, strength and ferocious alligators that we worry it may sound a bit braggy.
It’s been two weeks since Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast, and the tales of its devastation have since been told across every imaginable media platform, with details captured in real-time as they happened and after-the-fact pieces that captured the broader scope of the once-in-a-generation event. Today, Mindjet posted a piece entitled Hurricane #Sandy: Socializing Traditional […]
What’s the difference between a good infographic and a bad one? Recently, we discussed this idea with some of our peers in the Society of Digital Agencies (SoDA). In part 1, I take the editorial perspective on good infographics. Tomorrow, in part 2, our Information Design Director, Tiffany Farrant-Gonzalez, will tackle the design perspective.
In an effort to share a little bit of color and wisdom from my fourteenth harvest as a partner in my family’s vineyard, I’ve rounded up five things that stuck with me the most this go around:
Star Wars fans and Medieval art historians rejoice! Thai artist Chawakarn Khongprasert managed to juxtapose the beloved Star Wars, and illuminated Medieval Maniscripts. Chawakarn has managed to bridge connections both as a visual storyteller and as a technical illustrator.
With great power comes great responsibility. The internet a is powerful platform for people. Whether or not the people who utilize its power recognize the responsibility that comes with using the tool, people are free to use as they may (for the most part) without a respect or license, but with all the consequence. In the wrong hands the internet is like a brand new Porsche being put in the hands of a fifteen year old.
Maybe iPad’s aren’t the death of print. Lexus has launched Cineprint™ to animate the advances of the new 2013 Lexus ES in a truly unique way.