Jessica (Sutton) Maniatis


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.

Follow her on pinterest and tumblr for an unending stream of design inspiration.

Martha Carl


Martha believes that minimal design is beautiful design. Constantly drawing inspiration from her surroundings, she has years of experience in web design and brand development under her belt. She enjoys melding technology with the classic principles of design to create effective and lasting work.

Martha has a penchant for shoes, a weakness for fuzzy animals and an appreciation for beautifully designed user interfaces -- all of which can be found (in abundance) on her pinterest feed.

"I get many compliments on our website and know it wouldn't be possible without the talents of Jessica and her crew. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking to bring there business to the next level."

-Jeffrey Lyle

Maddie Coleman


Maddie joined the JSGD team in August of 2014. Originally from Australia, Maddie has also called New Zealand, Hong Kong and LA home. Maddie's enthusiasm knows no bounds and her love of organization perplexes many. As JSGD's studio manager Maddie wears many hats, including vendor-wrangler and hand-holder extraordinaire. A writer at heart, Maddie has crafted pretty prose for editorial publications like Boston Magazine, to product copy for Rue La La.

Read Maddie's misanthropic inner monologue on twitter and see what she wishes was wearing on her pinterest.

Meaghan Kane


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 project that melded her passion for environmental responsibility with contemporary aesthetics. Approaching design with as much context as possible, Meaghan appreciates expressive typography, geometry and progressive user interfaces.

A Maine native, Meaghan loves traveling and getting outside her comfort zone. Follow her on Instagram for corgi butts and everyday adventures.