Eppi Design

Studio /

Eppi Design is the Silicon-Valley based design studio of creative director Ephraim Joseph, also known as Eppi.


My goal is to leverage the power of design to rapidly grow your business. A website (like a person) only has one chance to make a first impression, don't waste it. 



Services /

Brand Positioning
User Experience Strategy
Brand Identity Design
Responsive Web Design
Email Marketing



Janie & Jack
Wedding Paper Divas
Tiny Prints



About Eppi /


Ephraim Joseph (AKA Eppi) has a background in art and design, having earned his bachelor's at The SJSU School of Art & Design in San Jose, California. After 12+ years of freelance designing and working on both the in-house and creative agency side, he now works as an Associate Creative Director for Triad Retail Media (acquired by Xaxis in 2016). Ephraim guides his team to think strategically while crafting excellent brand experiences for their users. He is a partner who helps the company reach their business goals by constantly going beyond "the ask" to deliver smart solutions to move the needle forward. Ephraim has a passion for delivering great experiences, not just for the audience or end-user, but also for the creative team, cross-functional teams, and stakeholders. Producing creative work should be a fun, challenging, and rewarding experience for everyone involved. His creative process is highly collaborative and methodical, yielding strong results time and time again. The common theme throughout his work is simplicity. He aims to make the complex easy to understand as a way to respect the audience's attention and make their day a little more pleasant.   


Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
— Leonardo da Vinci


Outside of work, Ephraim enjoys spending time with his beautiful familyhis wife, Mana, and their two children, Mila and Isaiah. He loves to travel, take pictures, and eat good food with good friends (preferably with the Warriors' game on). Ephraim enjoys playing competitive basketball in men's leagues and dreaming about sneakers he can't afford.