Here we are, at the end of another year, and we wanted to take a moment to reflect on 2021. What began in January as hope for things to return to “normal” melted into months going by without much change on the pandemic front; our office remained open, providing our services to the best of our ability.
Design and Printing Services has been fortunate enough to stay operational during this time of COVID. Many of our staff have been working from home since mid-March, and while they are still working remotely, our production personnel are continuing to report to the Cooper Publications Building to keep the equipment running.
While we believe print still holds a very real place in the realm of communication, we know digital forms also play their role. Design and Printing Services designs, tests, and sends HTML emails, and today we want to share that process with you.
In a technological world, it’s easy to assume print is dead. There are so many ways to communicate digitally—at often a faster rate and sometimes for less money, but we usually see our customers using a combination of both to maximize their message and potential reach.
With March around the corner, whether you’re assisting your student or finalizing your own research, we want to help you prepare for Washington State University’s poster season: SURCA, Showcase, and the GPSA Research Exposition.
Hello there! If you’re reading this, you’re most likely a member of the Washington State University family—whether you’re a student, or staff or faculty member, whether you’re in Washington or you’re abroad—if you need help with design, printing, or mailing, you’ve come to the right place!