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"I put my heart and my soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process."
Same here. How about 'Persuading vendors, designers, etc. (via sweet-talking, bribery, etc.) to compensate for lost schedule time incurred by executive approval delays'. That's pretty major in most places where I've worked.
Here's Aquent's blurb from the print (PDF) of the Canadian 2007 survey:
Print Production Manager
A print production manager is responsible for
managing the process (bids, scheduling, production
and delivery) of producing design projects,
from concept through production, including
photography, separations, four-color press work,
as well as digital production. Print production
managers are strong project managers, managing
multiple jobs simultaneously.
Maybe a graphic that sort of implies the film being applied? Like a simple window square(s) with squares that look like they are being pealed off, except of course the implication it that thew are being...
Those are really tough glyphs to work with. You have all these angular shapes, and then suddenly the curvy-est of them all an 'S.' I would recommend setting it out in typesetting it in as many mono-type...