‘Junior’ jibe almost made me choke on my cake

Anthony Cromby criticises the typesetting on the new Mr Kipling packs (Letters, DW 17 February). I agree, it looks forced and rushed.

Anthony Cromby criticises the typesetting on the new Mr Kipling packs (Letters, DW 17 February). I agree, it looks forced and rushed.

But to say it looked like ‘the back of the pack has been given to a junior to finish off’ made my blood boil. I am currently on a junior designer placement and I pride myself on my attention to detail.

Cromby should realise the juniors of today will be his seniors of tomorrow. Lack of experience doesn’t mean lack of intelligence or ability, so next time he should choose his words more wisely.

Matthew Evans

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Holywood

Northern Ireland

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