A designer is similar to the quarterback on a football team. Your team consists of your talents, equipment, software, and the health of your business. Your opponents(or challenges) are the design, artwork, time limitations and customer’s expectations, your customers are jammed in the stands rooting for you, because is you do well, they do well.
It’s you the designer, who must be on your toes, planning the correct strategy for the project embroidery designs. It’s your responsibility to run the show, direct the team, throw touchdown passes and lead the team to victory. If you do this, the fans,(I mean customers).will jump up and down screaming in celebration, because their team has won “again”. They’re proud of their team and as long ad they continue to win, they’ll never think of breaking it up.
Ok, I got a little silly vector conversion, but realistically, it’s the designer’s position to be the “embroidery expert” to those they serve, whether it’s an employer or a customer. The designer is the person with the technical expertise in both the embroidery process and the digital process. From concept, to artwork, to thread, and through production, it’s the designer’s responsibility to understand it all.