Myriad is a leading Boston brand design and digital agency.
Our clients work with us for innovative branding, digital, mobile, print and environmental solutions. Since 1994 we've worked with some amazing organizations, including Massachusetts General Hospital, NASA, Harvard University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Motorola, The Currier Museum of Art, Le Meridien Hotels, and many more.
Curiosity, creativity, expertise and experience fuel our drive to get it right. Every project is unique. Every project is an opportunity to discover, strategize, create, build, and make a positive, lasting difference.
Ted Groves is one of the two founders and Principals at Myriad. Prior to co-founding Myriad, Ted held the position of Director of Design at The Computer Museum in Boston. During his five years there he redesigned the entire museum, including educational software, printed materials, interactive exhibits, and exhibit spaces. In 1994 Ted had finished the Museum and joined Jane Cuthbertson as a founder of Myriad Inc.
Ted began his career as an architect at MGIA Architects, Inc in Boston, There, he designed retail interiors, residences, and recreational facilities. He was also diagnostic and design consultant to the cities of Boston and Cambridge, assessing (and providing design solutions for) over two hundred public buildings for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Ted’s work has won many awards and has been widely published. Your Disease Risk, a project on which he worked in partnership with the Harvard School of Public Health Center for Cancer Prevention was featured in the Wall Street Journal, saying it “stands out as one of the best health-oriented sites on the web”. Among the other publications that have featured Ted’s work are Print Magazine, The Boston Globe, and PIE Books (Japan).
Ted has collaborated with the Harvard School of Public Health Center for Cancer Prevention and has lectured at the Boston University School of Public Health and at MIT. He is also on the Patient/Family Advisory Council at Massachusetts General Hospital and teaches at the Boston University School of Communication in the Center for Digital Imaging Arts.
Jane Cuthbertson worked as an art director at Forsythe Design in Boston before co-founding Myriad. At Forsythe, she designed packaging, documentation, and collateral for universities, high-tech companies and cultural institutions. In 1994, she left Forsythe to become one of the two founders of Myriad Inc.
Jane began her career designing reading textbooks for children at Lipman & Simons in Chicago. Following this, she was a senior designer at the Field Museum in Chicago designing graphic information systems, most notably for a large-scale, permanent exhibit on ancient and contemporary Egypt.
Jane’s work has won many awards and has been featured in many online and printed publications, including several editions of PIE Books (Japan), Print Magazine, The Type Director’s Club Annual, Refinery 29, Sweet Paul (for her night job, as owner of Gray Green Goods), and Design New England.