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Stephanie Kendziorski

Stephanie Kendziorski

Creative Designer

It may be Stephanie Kendziorski’s eye-catching designs that draw people in, but it’s the engaging user experiences she creates that keep them wanting more. As a creative designer, Stephanie works alongside Noble’s creative department to develop cutting edge web designs, creative print collateral and well-rounded digital marketing assets to elevate our client’s brand identities. Her collaborative work with Zovio, Travel Nevada, Destined and Green Our Planet has inspired curiosity and invited interaction, while also furthering her ever-growing skill set.

Before landing at Noble, Stephanie worked as a creative web developer at D4 Advanced Media where she not only designed and developed engaging websites, but also worked on print collateral, edited video and even created skateboard designs.

Although she was born in California and spent time in Reno, she came into her own when her family relocated to France when she was six. Being raised in the small town of Chartres, and later her time in the college town of Rennes, shaped her into the person she is today. She fueled her diverse passion for art, languages and problem solving at Université Rennes II, France, where she studied all aspects of art including painting, photography, screen printing, graphic design and web development. After moving back to Reno to live with her father, she also obtained an associate degree in web development and a certificate in graphic design.

When she is not designing in the digital world, she is getting her hands dirty renovating her parents’ home in Lake Tahoe. From painting and installing flooring to working with the wiring, Stephanie really lives our mission to be better every day. She never shies away from hard work, but she also embraces her softer side. Stephanie currently has four cats, a few snakes and a recently rescued Newfoundland at home. She also fosters kittens and helps out at the shelter to get her daily dose of purrs.

“There are two means of refuge from the miseries of life: music and cats.”

Albert Schweitzer
Notable Mentions
  • Artown Poster Contest 2018 First Place