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In the office a couple weeks ago, a proposal writer stopped by my cubicle to say she was having trouble making a graphic to communicate her intent. She had attempted to put something together in PowerPoint, but it wasn’t working out (see BEFORE, above). I told her I could help!
I found a higher-resolution public domain/free photo of the US Capitol dome and masked it, then set up the rest of the graphic in Adobe Illustrator. I emailed it to her (see AFTER, above) to ask if I needed to change anything. She told me it was “perfect” and requested no revisions. Yay!