WHAT MAKES GINSENG SO SPECIAL?
We promise not to pretend to know what you want, or to arbitrarily tell you what you need. From our first conversation, we focus on your story and your goals. And they remain at the core of any long-term, collaborative and meaningful partnership.
When working with Ginseng, you communicate directly with your designer, not a customer-service rep or sales executive. Often, that single designer handles all aspects of your project — though we do have a network of developers, illustrators, videographers, photographers and/or printers to call upon when needing a larger team.
Running and growing a business is hard enough. Let’s make design easy — maybe even fun. We’re not afraid to high-five new clients on completed projects, or to raise a glass to ongoing successes of longtime partners.
Art Direction + Design
Tanya Jeffrey is a 37-year-old mother of two and wife of one. She fancies herself an artist, designer and community activist, and enjoys translating art, design and activism into meaningful work.
At Ginseng, Tanya’s clients include local fixtures like KRCC 91.5 FM and the Pikes Peak Community Foundation. She has created complete brand identities for music festivals, book publishers and nonprofits, and also art-directs Springs magazine.
Before making Ginseng a full-time operation, Tanya served as editorial art director at the Colorado Springs Independent. For her work both inside and outside the Indy, in 2014 she received the inaugural Next Generation Award from the American Advertising Federation of Colorado Springs. The award recognizes young professionals who demonstrate ambition and leadership skills, and are of service to the community.
Tanya’s current volunteer work includes participating in the AAF and AIGA; assisting the graphic design program at Pikes Peak Community College; and serving on the MeadowGrass Music Festival steering committee. She is also evaluating College America’s design programs for state accreditation.
Graphic Design + Social Media
After almost a year of globe trotting, Alie has returned to Ginseng Creative sporting super short hair and a college degree . Alie is equal parts illustrator and designer with skills in digital communications. Graduating college at 19 years old, her mantra in life is “Never stop learning.” Always seeking adventure, Alie enjoys road trips and foreign languages, but also has a soft spot for the occasional Dad joke. Alie collects crystals, mixes essential oils and prefers loose leaf tea over coffee any day.
Bonus points if you can find her as she gets lost in the woods.
Matt Radcliffe has dedicated much of his life to creating and promoting arts and business organizations, both as a volunteer and as a graphic designer. Having earned an associate’s degree in multimedia graphic design from Pikes Peak Community College, he is now completing his bachelor’s at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. His UCCS degree will be in business with an emphasis in marketing, complementing his hands-on experience in design, content management (WordPress) and marketing strategy. He writes for yourdigitalstrategy.com.
Before launching his design and business career, Matt served in the U.S. Army and earned a Bronze Star during Operation Iraqi Freedom.