Chicago native graphic designer Sirita Render Howard creates crisp, high-quality designs tickled with clever originality. With over 12 years of professional design experience under her belt, Sirita's natural eye for color and typography, coupled with versatile artistic training, inspires her to incorporate techniques from both fine arts and graphic design into her unique imageries, distinguishable by their sleek style and refreshing interpretations.
Sirita's affinity for the visual arts began in high school, via a series of paid apprenticeships in the renowned Gallery 37 Art Program (now Atfer School Matters) in Chicago. This artistic experience laid the groundwork for a solid arts education. Sirita studied Studio Art at Barat College of DePaul U. in Lake Forest, Ill.; and she graduated with Dean's List honors with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art/Design (concentration: graphic design) from the prestigious Columbia College Chicago.
Sirita currently designs for Namasté Laboratories, a leading health and beauty aid company operating globally under the brand ORS™ (formally Organic Root Stimulator™). At Namasté Sirita is a key player in implementing the recent rebrand of Organic Root Stimulator's entire product line to ORS™ and creating multicultural signage & display graphics and sales & marketing materials across multiple platforms. For four years Sirita served as the graphic designer of N'Digo, the largest verified circulated African American weekly magazine/newspaper in the nation. At N'Digo, Sirita created editorial layouts, ads, and multiplatform marketing presentations for N'Digo's corporate campaigns, including the event branding for the N'Digo Foundation Gala from 2008 through 2011. Sirita also designed and oversaw production on Urban Livin', an urban home and lifestyle publication in Chicago and created numerous print and electronic graphics for local and national campaigns at a small graphic design and marketing studio in Chicago.
Welcome to S. Render Designs Portfolio. Please select a thumbnail on the left to view each design. A description of the design is below each image.