Firm is advertising for a Licence Designer to join its London offices.
The Tigerprint business was formed in 1996 to supply exclusive cards and wrapping to Marks and Spencer. The company now designs and manufactures over 1,500 new products every year and continues to expand into new and growing areas like toys, games and stationery.
Tigerprint is part of Hallmark Cards, which, for 100 years has helped people connect with one another and give voice to their feelings.
Hallmark is family-owned, and committed to the highest standards of ethical and environmental performance through its acclaimed corporate social responsibility programme. Its ways of working are based on respect, passion for the business, hunger for success, a can-do attitude and commitment to teamwork.
The company offers varied and exciting opportunities for career development and personal growth, together with a competitive salary and benefits package.
The licence designer role is primarily bridging the gap between license company creative and our own design studio in Bradford; working closely with and supporting the licensing manager and assistant licensing manager to deliver a compelling license solution.
Job Purpose and Responsibilities
The key responsibilities of the role are to interpret creative material supplied from license companies and give it a unique slant for our products.
Working with licence companies, third party partners and internally you will be the key point of contact for license creative. You will work closely with and support the licence manager and assistant licence manager in producing compelling visual aids for licence presentations and initial product range ideas aswell as working on your own initiative to develop new creative directions.
You should have a degree or equivalent in a design related area such as illustration, graphics or communication design.
You should also be proficient in Photoshop, Illustrator and In design. Any additional media packages would be advantageous.
You will be an experienced designer who is a good team player. You are able to work on your own initiative and be able to demonstrate, share and communicate an obvious passion and knowledge of the licensing world.
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