See what you mean blog

Excellent use of digital projection mapping from Samsung created by Oskar e Gaspar and video agency Droid I.D.

Visualise your business on one page – ‘Genius!’

Take a look at our ‘cheat sheet’ for CEOs. We’ve been running this as a Linkedin ad for a few weeks. It’s generated some great leads and brought two fabulous new global clients… more on that later.
We targeted CEOs with the offer to help them clarify and distil their business on one page.

It’s not about design styling.

As one of our best long term clients says “It’s the process, the challenge, the thinking, the distilling of an idea which forces a degree of clarity and ultimately brings competitive edge. We need clarity in order to be clear to others. It forces us into it.”

Find out more. Call Richard on 07971 804211

Forms - Gymnasts meet 3D art



Artists Quayola (@quayola) and Memo Aktens (@memotv) installation piece 'Forms' beautifully combines movement with media. Exploring the “capture and synthesis of movement” like pioneers Dr. Harold E. Edgerton, Roger Fenton and Eadweard Muybridge.

Created by tracking the movement of athletes and interpretting the data into a set of abstract and dynamic graphics. The animation mimics the continuous body gestures in a beautiful and mesmerising way. A part of the Cultural Olympiad programme 'Forms' will be on display at the National Media Museum in Bradford from March 9.

Produced through digital production outfit Nexus Interactive Arts, using 3Ds Max and custom software more info, background & interview on the Artist site. Image copyright Quayola & Memo Aktens.

Universal construction kit

The universal construction kit is a a set of adapters for complete interoperability between 10 popular construction toys. In other words, join your Lego to your Duplo to your K’nex…, you can read the full list of toys on the F.A.T website. The adapters are available for free for you to print on your 3D printer. Time to invest in a Makerbot perhaps?

Content to Customer Presentation

JESS3 designed a 33-slide presentation for a keynote speech at the 2012 Online Marketing Summit in California for Eloqua. The presentation uses great illustrations, type and colours, raising it well above the standard bullet point presentations.