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Junior Art Director

Hogarth Tokyo

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EN: conversational
JP: fluent
Employment Type
Full time

Job Description

The Junior Digital Art Director is responsible for designing and developing digital media creations, including websites, landing pages, EDM, digital ad banners, as well as social media content, and more. Using exceptional visual design skills and the latest technology, they produce high-quality digital creations that meet clients' business objectives. Candidate should be hands-on to be able to design by him/herself.


Core Skills

  • Knowledge and experience in graphic design, web design, and digital design.
  • Experience using design tools such as Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch, and Figma.
  • Knowledge and experience in web development languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Candidate is not required to do coding by him/herself, but should be familiar to those digital background.
  • Communication skills, teamwork skills, collaboration skills, and problem-solving skills.
  • Flexibility, stress tolerance, and the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Experience in print design (e.g.Direct mail and brochures)


  • Design websites, landing pages, EDM, digital ad banners, as well as social media content, digital creations based on clients' business objectives and branding guidelines.
  • Utilize exceptional visual design skills and the latest technology to enhance the quality of digital creations.
  • Collaborate with the creative team as well as other team members such as account management team, strategic planning team to contribute to concept and idea development.
  • Attend meetings with clients to receive requirements and instructions.
  • Conduct quality control to deliver the highest quality deliverables.


  • At least 2 years of relevant experience in digital design or related fields.
  • A portfolio demonstrating previous work in digital design.
  • Strong knowledge and experience with web design and development.
  • Ability to work with cross-functional teams, including developers, project managers, and other designers.
  • Fluent Japanese and minimum conversational language skill for English Speaking and Reading in order to ensure work understanding & internal communication.

About the Company

Born to make the best work, brilliantly.

We combine craft insight and technology to bring your creative work to life.

Hogarth was founded 10 years ago and has grown from a start-up to over 4,500 people, across 35 cities worldwide and is now part of the WPP family. Our rapid growth continues to drive us forward making Hogarth an exciting place to work and a great place to achieve your career ambitions.

Diversity & Inclusion

Hogarth is an equal-opportunity employer. That means we believe in creating a truly inclusive culture that values diversity, equity and inclusion for everyone through our ideas, our people, how we behave and how we conduct ourselves. We strive to recruit people from diverse backgrounds and support them to achieve long-term success. This not only makes Hogarth a better company and place to work, but an environment where everyone can give their point of view, experience connection, enjoy opportunity and feel a sense of belonging. 

We welcome applications from everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion or belief, gender, gender identity, age, national origin, marital status, military veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability. As part of our commitment to making our hiring processes as equitable as possible, we are currently rolling out a policy which ensures that hiring managers review CVs only after they have been processed through an automated anonymisation system. This aims to ensure that all candidates are considered for interview based solely on their experience and what they can bring to the role. The solution, provided by MeVitae, scans and redacts CVs to reduce potential reviewer bias.