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Angel Ketchum

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Our Own Review & Approval Horror Story:   The Typo That Made it To Print

Posted by Angel Ketchum on October 28, 2016

As a designer you are often tasked with what I call the dreaded parachute project. A request that comes from the top, out of the blue, and needs to be done ASAP. The scramble begins, all the while you're trying not to throw a wrench in the workflow of the projects and deliverables you're already working on.

One such parachute project I recently recieved was a mounted poster for our kitchen, the busiest common area in our bustling office. The CEO requested a custom mounted poster with the kitchen rules on it to remind everyone of the daily clean ups. He wanted it to be designed, printed, and ready to be hung on the wall in time for our next company meeting ... in two days. 

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