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I chose a combination : "worked through routinely" seemed to fit the context but there were some v useful explanations - thanks to all!
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Explanation: Another suggestion, ie that findings are not as a matter of routine carried through into ...
"Work should be submitted in slide or digital format. If digital, PowerPoint presentation or other similar format is preferred. Portfolio must concentrate on graphic design as a problem-solving process, show sensible use of typography, demonstrate the ability to carry a design through multiple pieces (campaign) and represent the applicant’s proficiency with the following software: Illustrator or Freehand (Vector), Photoshop (image manipulation), Quark/InDesign (page layout) and Dreamweaver/GoLive (Web authoring). The portfolio should include samples that demonstrate ability to apply typographic rules in large bodies of type such as annual reports, magazine spreads and/or brochures. The portfolio may be augmented by work that reflects the applicant’s interest and ability in the design field." http://www.scadelearning.org/admission/portfolio.cfm
Helen Shiner United Kingdom Local time: 09:46 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 74
Reference information: None of the suggestions so far convey the inherent grammatical connotation of the word; the nearest is "spooled off" or "rattled off" in the sense of recited automatically because it's been learned by heart, like declinations of words. This would have to be adapted to describe what a designer does with Erkenntnissen.
Diana Loos Works in field Native speaker of: English