Choosing a Vendor
Do you need vendor support for your project or program? There are several recharge services available on the UC Davis main campus. You also have the option of choosing an approved external vendor.
Academic and Research Programming: Academic Technology Services (ATS)
ATS offers specialized programming services for pedagogical or research-related projects, including faculty websites. We support all phases of website development, including the design of complex applications. Using various programming languages, we can help you access databases or collect online user data.
Graphic Design: Repro Graphics
Repro Graphics can help you create graphic solutions that make pieces engaging and clear, on time and budget.
Illustration and Graphic Design: Academic Technology Services (ATS)
ATS Illustration and Graphic Design staff will work with you to create custom illustrations, graphics, icon development, brochure and poster design, cartoons and advanced multimedia, and PowerPoint development.
Marketing and Business Web Development: Information and Educational Technology (IET)
IET Web Services offers web application development assistance and a full range of service levels, from the small static website to the complex custom web application. Programmer resources for staff-augmentation purposes are also available.
Photography: Academic Technology Services (ATS)
ATS offers a wide range of professional photography and high-resolution, digital-imaging services for academic and administrative projects. Typical assignments include faculty portraits, class and departmental photo composites, scientific and research documentation, outreach, and special events.
Printing: Repro Graphics
Repro Graphics’ goal is to provide cost-effective, quality printing services that maintain UC Davis’ branding standards.
Video Production: Academic Technology Services (ATS)
ATS specializes in academic- and research-based video production services. Contact us for services relating to classroom lecture capture, studio recordings, single and multi-camera recordings of seminars and special campus events, live webcasting, and faculty eLearning content development.