Answers on a postcard!! Not sure this is the right place to post this. I work for an agency in London that produces a lot of print work. They have mouthed the words 'we want to build a digital presence in the market'! To that end they have employed myself (18 months employed), a fully fledged digital designer and one other (7 months employed) but, for some reason they insist that the print designers continue to produce websites, even though between the 6 of them they have about 1 years worth of digital experience, and produce some very bad pieces of work. The gripe I have is that they insist on designing sites in Quark (not even using the web setting in Quark) instead of Photoshop. And continually tell us that we should be designing sites as they do. This is the process they work to: Quark Export as EPS Recreate in photoshop Has anyone else come across the problem before when working at an agency?