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Designer makes an impression with Adobe chocolate wrappers

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11:45 AM | 8 June 2017
by Hollie Wong
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This genius graphic designer gifts potential employers and companies with these creative chocolate bars.

Gifting potential employers and companies with chocolate bars designed like Adobe programs is certainly one unique way to stand out at an interview.

The brains behind this idea, April Hansen, leaves her chocolate bars behind after interviews, or sends them to companies she’s applying to.

The creatively designed wrappers feature her contact details, a skills section in the style of a nutrients contents table, and a witty calorie count.

The front of each bar contains a pun based on her desire to work for the company in the layout of Adobe's core design programmes, Photoshop, InDesign, and Adobe Illustrator.

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