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  1. I think of every job as having six steps ---- 1. Interview with client (what does he want?) -- create a Job Sheet 2. Design (and approval of proof) 3. Cut 4. Weed 5. Tape (app tape) 6. Apply to substrate I am posting this here today because I skipped the approval on my last job -- the client had provided me with all the details, it was a simple sign, and he told me to go ahead and just do it. Hah! The client specifically said to use a Serif font (i.e. Times Roman or Garamond, etc.) but when the sign was delivered, all ready to put up, he looked at it and said "It's not bold enough -- please re-do it Sans-Serif, I'm sorry" Approvals, kids, approvals.