Job - Digital Designer, Hallmark Cards (HK) Limited
Hallmark Cards (HK) Limited

Hallmark Cards Inc. is a leading company specializing in seasonal ornaments, personal expression products, educational toys, gifts and home décor items. We are looking for a suitable individual to join the following position at the Hong Kong office: -

Digital Designer

Job Ref.CT3107171-01#0003

Digital Designer provides creative designs and production artworks on Greeting Cards, E-cards, Gifts, and Home Décor. Proactively provide efficient and effective designs to fulfill customers’ expectations and tight schedule. This position also requires production knowledge to design for manufacturing.

We are looking for a motivated talent with following background:

  • Bachelor degree in Visual Communications, Graphic Design or Product Design.
  • 5 years on graphic, card or gift design experience.
  • Knowledge in secondary process of printing, color management & separation preferred.
  • Great English communication skills, international experience would be beneficial.
  • Portfolio to demonstrate excellent computer graphic and photography skills are required.
  • Efficient and proficient knowledge in Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign on Mac.
  • Proactive team player to cope with departmental efficiency through teamwork.
  • Innovative, self-motivated, flexible to work under pressure and meet tight schedule. 

Please apply with full resume and expected salary to the Human Resources Department, Hallmark Cards (HK) Ltd., 6/F., Harbourfront Landmark, 11 Wan Hoi Street, Hunghom, Kowloon or email to:

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