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As a graphic designer at UniFirst Corporation, my tasks include designing and reproducing client logos to be printed onto carpeted logo mats. Several of our clients range from small businesses to large corporations. For this position, I use the Adobe programs Illustrator and Photoshop to render the logos and then place them into mockups. Once a client is satisfied with their mockup mat, I then use RIP software to convert the vector files to raster images for our large format printer. These mats are printed out and then shipped out to the client.

I design up to 10-20+ logo orders each day and usually process around 100+ orders using RIP software on our printing days. While processing orders for print, I first quality check each mat to ensure there are no spelling errors, inconsistent colors, or text that is too small or will not print well. Once each mat has been checked, I can then use our RIP software to get orders ready for print. If there is an issue with a mat design, I reach out to our customer service representatives and work with the customer to resolve the issue.

Below are a few of the logo mats I have designed so far working at UniFirst.

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