A 2-sided poster design for bus stands in New York City for MADD [Mothers Against Drunk Driving]
Commemorative stamp for the Ministry of Post & Telegraph, India themed “Love and Care for Elders”
Web site and clearing house design/configuration of rare historical collections of New Mexico
As a graphic designer, I approach the profession as one of "collaboration" and "service". In my practice, I define the role of graphic design as a discipline that serves as a catalyst in the societal context within which I engage. Working in India and US, I believe that as designers we have both the ability and responsibility toward a practice that is not just determined by “need” but more importantly by “relevance”. I prefer to call myself a "solution finder" or an "experience creator".
Neeta heads a graphic design firm that works exclusively for museums, cultural organizations, not-for-profits and educational institutions. Working for national and international clients, her firm specializes in branding & marketing, print & collateral, 3-dimensional design, way-faring, web design and user-experience. Deeply committed to design education, she also brings her rich professional experience in the industry to influence, mold and inform the classroom at the University of Notre Dame.