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.
Geosocial Universe 3.0: Everyone’s A Critic
Opinions are like social media presences: everybody’s got one. With this graphic, we look at two sites that contain a combined 51 million user reviews.
Geosocial Universe 3.0: The Integrated Giants
In this Geosocial Universe 3.0 snackable, we visualize how many of the top 10,000 websites are integrated with major social platforms.
Creepy Cupid: Bad OKCupid Messages As Valentines
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.
Super Bowl Infographic: How Much Does a Super Bowl Ad Cost?
Professional football players can afford a lot of things, but only 10 of the players at this weekend’s Super Bowl XLVII, four Ravens and six 49ers, could foot the bill of one of the ads that airs during the commercial breaks.
President Obama’s Task For Our Generation
President Barack Obama gave his second Inaugural Address to an estimated crowd of 1 million people today after being sworn in during his public inauguration ceremony.
MLK’s Measure Of A Man
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.
How Fast Is Santa Claus? JESS3 Puts it into Perspective
Let’s start with the facts: Santa Claus is magical. Regardless of whether or not you believe in him (or magic, for that matter), the man deserves some credit—and frequent flier miles—for what is undoubtedly the largest seasonal productivity spike in the global workforce. In one night, Santa and his reindeer, plus an immeasurable payload of […]
The End Is…Probably Not Very Near
It’s the end of world as we know it…or is it? The Maya Long Count calendar reaches the end of its cycle this Friday, December 21, and various doomsday theories have predicted either an apocalypse or a global spiritual transformation. We’re hoping for the latter rather than the former, but all signs seem to be pointing to nothing special happening, as NASA points out.
Hanukkah starts tomorrow, December 8th! Wish your friends a happy and properly-spelled holiday, courtesy of JESS3.