Gabby Houck

Gabby Houck
What We Learned at ISA 2022

For the first time since 2019 the industry came together at a trade show. ISA 2022 in Atlanta was a full success; vendor after vendor noted that traffic was much higher than they had hoped and attendees were very engaged.

Highlights From ISA 2022

ISA Sign Expo opened on May 4 to an excited crowd looking to engage with vendors and connect in-person for the first time since 2019.

Oklahoma City In-plant Enters Wide-Format Market

When Eric Nazim started out as print manager for the City of Oklahoma City, his goal was to grow the in-plant. But as he started making plans to expand into the wide-format market, the pandemic prolonged the process.

Flatbed Printer Brings Opportunities to University of Southern Indiana

Before purchasing a Xante X-33 flatbed printer, the University of Southern Indiana’s in-plant had to apply adhesive vinyl by hand — a task both tedious and time consuming for the 12-person staff. The new purchase has helped this in-plant prove its versatility and value to the university.

Fayetteville In-plant Gives Library a Facelift

When Gary Warren got wind of a major, multi-phase project that entailed repurposing Fayetteville State University’s library, the in-plant stepped in to produce and install the graphics for this project.

State of Tennessee In-plant Takes Over Office Signage

The State of Tennessee’s Document Solutions operation recently took over the office signage contract, which covers all indoor signage like directories and the name plates that go on cubicles and office doors.