We are a small, multidisciplinary design studio.
Owner + Creative Director
Jessica opened JSGD in 2008 with a mission to make good design accessible to small and large businesses alike. She has since worked with clients the world over, developing solutions that help them stand out in their industry. There’s nothing she loves more than meeting someone pursuing their dreams – and the addicting energy and passion surrounding them.
Jessica brings strategy and perfectionism to her clean designs, making sure every pixel is both accounted for and carries a purpose. A front-end developer at heart, solving the puzzles that lie in coding is one of her true passions.
Meaghan originally joined JSGD as an intern in the Fall of 2014 (proving that if you wow as an intern you will get hired!). An Endicott College graduate; Meaghan won 2015's Thesis of the Year for the School of Visual + Performing Arts, with a brand identity project that explored her passion for environmental responsibility.
Approaching design with as much context as possible, Meaghan appreciates clean typography, geometry, and dynamic user interfaces. A Maine native, Meaghan loves traveling and getting outside her comfort zone.
Janine is JSGD's in-house whip-cracker! From keeping the team and clients on schedule to organizing photoshoots and adding her quick wit to our blog, she loves being a part of the creative process – in as many ways as possible.
Working as a creative production coordinator & stylist, Janine has honed a passion for organization & facilitation. She understands the importance of (and is slightly obsessed with) consistency in brand design and storytelling. When she isn’t knee deep in a project, she can usually be found trying to perfect her lip-sync skills. She firmly believes that magic is something you have to make yourself.
Danny is the newest addition to JSGD. A theology and philosophy major, he views design as a way to help people resolve their visual identity crises. Seeing good relationships as the core of good design, Danny views the best design project as the one that both looks killer and builds connections with other great people.
When Danny isn’t designing, he’s collecting indie magazines and exploring New England from the saddle of his motorcycle. He also travels the country as a part of The Collective Quarterly team.