We are a small, multidisciplinary design studio.
Working with brands we love and doing a lot of different things keeps us happy (and busy).
CEO + Creative Director
Jessica opened JSGD in 2008 with a mission to make good design accessible to those passionate about making a difference in their industry. She has since worked with clients the world over, developing solutions that not only help them stand out, but give them the confidence to take their brand to the next step.
Lover of clean design, cleaner code, big dogs, and fizzy drinks.
Janine is JSGD's in-house whip-cracker with a passion for organization & facilitation. She understands the importance of (and is slightly obsessed with) consistency in brand design and storytelling - whether that be through content, photography or marketing efforts. When she isn’t knee deep in a project, she can usually be found perfecting her lip-sync skills.
A Maine native, Meaghan originally joined JSGD as an intern. Not able to stay away for long, she came on as a full-time designer in 2015. She likes to have her hands in just about everything, but most of her affection lies in web design - aiming to create beautiful and seamless user experiences. She believes that every pixel serves a purpose and although complexity can tell you a lot, simplicity can tell even more.
Emma recently graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Her design loves are brand identity, photographic exploration, and clean typography. Emma is feeling #blessed to be working alongside a team that is as obsessed with gifs and plant friends as she is.
Head of Security
From firewalls to the UPS man, Oscar keeps JSGD's security on lock.
Renata, a Cambridge local, is a rising junior at Lesley University College of Art and Design majoring in graphic design and minoring in photography. She loves brand identity work, commercial photography, vibrant colors, and boba tea! Renata is so excited to join and learn from such a fun and creative team.
Liza is currently pursuing a degree in Marketing Communications at Emerson College. She is set to graduate in 2018 if she doesn’t fail any classes between now and then. Liza struggles with revolving doors more than the average human, drinks a lot of polar seltzer, and will probably cry at the sight of any dog. She also has a silly avocado tattoo, you should ask her about it.