Terry Duffy, Visual Design Director and Founder 

Terry Duffy specializes in providing effective, bold visual design that awakens your soul and speaks to your head and heart. Her work is carefully researched and thought provoking, allowing each client’s ideas to speak in a quality and artistic manner. She has extensive experience in branding and corporate identity packages, promotional campaigns, book design, magazine design, museum exhibition, trade shows and environmental graphics. Terry is a fine artist working in acrylic on canvas, mixed media, and photography. Combining this creativity with press expertise and a vast knowledge of color and paper sets her apart in the visual design industry. Her uncanny business acumen, keen insight into human nature and easy-going personality helps her clients achieve success while enjoying the process and the results.

photo by Kimberly Jarman

photo by Kimberly Jarman

Becky Ankeny, Graphic Designer

With over 22 years of experience as a graphic designer, Becky Ankeny has been involved with all aspects of the design process from concept to final printed product. Her specialties include branding, print collateral, custom packaging, book design, and environmental graphics. One of her highlights as an employee of Glyphics was helping with art direction, graphic design and illustration for eight interactive exhibits at Halle Heart Children’s Museum, a remodel for the American Heart Association in Tempe, Arizona. Another successful project, while working in the marketing dept. at the Valley of the Sun JCC, was implementing the National J brand into all marketing materials and environment signage. This also included art direction of the new website and redesigning the program guide, both of which won Hermes Creative Awards for best design in 2017. 

Thoughtful research and creative thinking are important design steps Becky takes to ensure the end product is special and unique but also functional and relevant. Coupled with her own fine art and hand lettering, and love for specialty print techniques such as embossing or custom die-cuts, she displays a handmade style that is becoming lost in this digital age. Becky’s humble nature, playful personality, quiet enthusiasm and desire to do good in the world makes her an incredible team player.


Andrew Gartner, Exhibit  & Interior Designer

An architect by training, Andrew’s impeccable sense of style has taken him into many design arenas. He has more than twenty years’ experience in architectural planning, design and development as well as experience in museum exhibition design including curatorial, exhibit fabrication, set design and fabrication for film and television, interactive theme park design including show, ride, theater and computer stations. He gained much of his experience in Lucas Film Ltd Skywalker development and as director of Exhibits at the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico and New Mexico Museum of Natural History. Since then, he created Gartner Design to practice his many skills. Some of his clients and projects include: Anheuser Busch, Winston Churchill Museum, BRC Imagination Art, VW New Art of Life, Canoyer Hedric, Scottsdale Technology Center, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure Themed Restaurant, The Challenger Space and Learning Center. The new addition of the Halle Heart Children’s Museum shows his whimsical side and ability to oversee large projects in a detailed and thoughtful manner. Andrew brings an extensive and three-dimensional aspect to Glyphics’ portfolio.

We bring Andrew in when we need a spectacular three-dimensional design. With Andrew’s architectural background, he is able to work easily within budgets by utilizing his vast knowledge of materials and tools to produce results that are exciting and evocative. His ability to oversee large projects enables us to get bigger than life. His passion for all levels of his craft, attention to detail and exuberant personality is infectious and filters into every project, affecting those who work with him.