Utilizing infographics to tie visual design and data together is what we do best, and we’re gonna let you in on the secret to our success! Here are the Do’s and Don’ts of creating an awesome infographic! JESS3 Presents – The Dos & Donts of Making an Infographic from JESS3
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Finding a winning formula, whether it’s in sports or in marketing, isn’t about perfection or even hitting benchmarks — it’s about being better than the rest. The right data can help you get ahead of the competition, but you don’t need to be a number cruncher to develop useful metrics.
In case you’ve been living under a rock with no internet connection, here’s a heads up: season 3 of HBO’s Game of Thrones premieres on Sunday. Like everyone else, we’re excited. To show that excitement, like everyone else, we wanted to create an homage to the series.
In this graphic, we look at five popular social networks from around the globe. The percentages indicate how much of a country’s population is actively using the service, illustrating that they are hefty competition for even the most popular of America’s homegrown platforms.
We took several of our favorite real (real creepy, that is) OKCupid messages and sprinkled them with design magic to make them shareable Valentine’s Day graphics. They’re kind of like the ones you might have gotten in the first grade, except…wrong. Just plain wrong. Send them to your valentine—or your worst enemy.
Do you want to work on projects that break the Internet? Want to be part of a team of data nerds, pixel pushers, and cat video lovers? Join us.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. and his message, JESS3 created an image using one of our favorite quotes from Dr. King’s sermons.
It seems it was just yesterday we were lining up at the Austin Convention Center to hear some of our mentors, friends and colleagues speak at South by Southwest Interactive conference and yet, it’s already time to prepare for next’s year festivities.
With the breadth, depth and trustworthiness to warrant billions of pageviews monthly, Wikipedia is a cause célèbre in the techy community. It began with fits and starts, but has since blossomed to become a place where anyone at any time can settle (almost) any bet. Tracing the meteoric rise of Wikipedia over its first 10 […]
The Ex-Blocker is a browser plug-in compatible with Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari, permitting you to effectively remove your ex from your experience of the internet. Users employ the short, simple form at BlockYourEx.com to enter their ex’s name, Twitter handle, Facebook page and/or their blog URL.