YPPS has large-format printers that can print up to 48" x 108" in color or black-and-white. Combine with lamination or foamcoar mounting for durable poster presentations that will stand out in any setting. Don't forget if you are traveling we also produce posters on fabric. This makes traveling around town or the world that much easier!
YPPS is proud to announce the creation and launch of the Yale School of Music (YSM) mobile app. The app was developed and published by YPPS in collaboration with Monica Ong Reed, YSM’s own graphic designer and user experience (UX) coordinator.
Promotional products and solutions from YPPS provide dozens of different ways to place the branding/logo of your organization or group in the public eye.
YPPS is constantly seeking new ways to be more "green" - click the link below to view a presentation about some of our sustainability initiatives.
In April 2015, YPPS took 1st place at the annual Association of College & University Printers (ACUP) Conference in the Impression field for our dedication and achievements in the area of sustainability. In addition, we placed 2nd in the Production field in the categories of Offset Multiple Pieces, Wide Format, and Digital Multiple Page.
Last year Silliman's incoming freshman were looking extra fresh in their signature sunglasses produced here at Yale Printing & Publishing Services (YPPS). These two color shades were just what they needed on their bright journey to becoming part of the Yale Class of 2018. Keep a look out for them (and other great YPPS products) around campus.
John Poitras, Printing in a Digital World
A lot has changed since John Poitras started working at Yale in 1996. John, who is currently a Production Supervisor at Yale Printing and Publishing Services (YPPS) started at Yale in the ITS Data Control Department. Back then, records and other operational data were stored on large tape cartridges. As part of his job, John would bring these cartridges “to a secure location” where they were stored in a big safe. After a short stint there, he began working at MIS Printing (now YPPS.) “I’ve been through the whole alphabet here at Yale. I started as a C&T Level A, worked my way up to an E and seven years ago became a manager,” said Poitras. Along the way John, who started in the mailroom, worked in bindery, then as a second-shift coordinator, and now works on the production floor overseeing digital and large-format printing while managing eight people and tracking YPPS’s entire inventory.
YPPS is always ready to engage and an assist on big projects attached to the University’s overall mission and strategic goals. On November 5, Yale President Peter Salovey announced the University’s goal to become a tobacco-free campus. YPPS was happy to support this campus-wide campaign by printing signage and procuring the water bottles that...