Posted by Willy Franzen on April 17, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Social Media Marketing Internship||Austin, TX|
|LIFE Line Design Intern||Austin, TX|
|Seasonal Human Resources Assistant||San Jose, CA|
|Seasonal Human Resources Coordinator||San Jose, CA|
|UX Visual Designer||Redwood City, CA|
|UX Interaction Designer||Redwood City, CA|
|Creative Director||Redwood City, CA|
|Sr. UX Visual Designer||Redwood City, CA|
|Category Manager||Redwood City, CA|
|Acquisition Marketing Manager||Redwood City, CA|
When my wedding invitations went out, they didn’t have just regular stamps. We had special stamps made with our initials on them to give the envelopes a little extra flair. (Yes, I know it’s ridiculous.) You can get nearly anything customized these days, but postage is pretty surprising considering that the USPS is a federal agency. Whether you want your own version of postage, a t-shirt, a wall decal, or playing cards, you should consider Zazzle. They’re the company we used, and they’re a Redwood City, CA based company that allows you to “create amazing custom products with artwork you choose, and prices you’ll love.”
The first thing that you notice about Zazzle is how expansive their product categories are. They want to be a one stop customization shop, so they offer pretty much anything that you would want to customize. If you don’t have the time or creativity for custom, Zazzle also offers a significant inventory (though everything is probably made on demand) of their own designs or their customers’ designs. Yes, if you are feeling exceptionally creative, you can sell your own stuff on Zazzle and make money. It’s pretty cool how Zazzle is able to use technology to bring people’s artistic expressions to life. If you’d like to help them do that, take a look at Zazzle’s Jobs page. Right now they’re looking for a Payroll/HRIS Admin, a Localization Specialist – Japan, a Customer Support Agent, an Assistant Merchandiser, an SEO Assistant, a UI Engineer, and a Software Engineer.
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Have you used Zazzle?