Albert Kai-Wing Ng, OOnt (伍啟榮; born 1950 in Hong Kong) is a prominent graphic designer who lives and works in the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada. He is known as the “Father of Canadian graphic design accreditation” and is currently an adjunct professor at York University.
Albert Ng was born and educated in Hong Kong and emigrated to Canada in 1974. He was a past president of the Ontario chapter of the Society of Graphic Designers of Canada, the founding president of the Association of Registered Graphic Designers, and the vice-president of Icograda for 1995–1997.
His notable commissions include the Mississauga Chinese Centre stamp in 2013 and other stamp designs for Canada Post.
Albert Ng is the second graphic designer to be inducted into the Order of Ontario.
2008 – listed in Canadian Who's Who 2008
2007 (December) – Order of Ontario
2006 - Fellow, The Association of Registered Graphic Designers of Ontario
2005 - Chinese Canadian Legend Award
1996 - Fellow, The Society of Graphic Designers of Canada