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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.
As mentioned, try other fonts. I think it looks better when turned counter-clockwise, and not leaning back so far as PrintDriver stated. Leaned back it looks to me like an open mouth. Took me a minute...
I cannot ever remember a time when Design was called CAD. Technical drawing/drafting, when it moved to computers, was always referred to as CAD. The classes for it were called Computer Aided Drafting....
I think that using a flagship species would be important for this project. IT doesn't have to be one of the top flagship species, but one that is on a B list would be suitable. Especially since the target...