Image Uploads & Frames
Give your customers the ability to upload images in any size or shape using frames. An intuitive front-end experience will simplify how your customers reposition, zoom, and crop images to fit their customization masterpiece’s requirements.
Print-ready PDFs are then supplied to the merchants, exactly as the customer intended. Automating fulfillment, whilst delivering the product to the customer’s exact specifications.
Question steps can be used to… well, ask your customers a question! This particular step can be used to determine specifications such as what size shoe they would like, or if they want to add any extras to their customized products.
This step has a large range of applications and can be used to assist the customer journey.
Allow customers to choose the color of a model or sections of a model. You can either provide customers with the option to select from your own custom colors or select from a default color list.
Illustrations are a form of clip art that your customers can edit. They can control the size, colors, and default that appears on the model. Illustrations are SVG's which means they can be any size.
If you want to allow your customers a completely unique design, the patchwork option is a great way of doing that.
The Spiff system with patchworks can completely randomize SVG (vector images) designs, enabling the design to be completely unique to the customer each time.
With the Spiff Hub, you can create a list of special assets known as materials which you can use to simulate a texture or a finish.
Gone of the days of being limited to one texture of a bland 2D model – create life - like renditions of anything from velvet and cotton to burlap.
Module & Text Steps
Choose font styles, colors, pre-fill text, set character limits, and create your own profanity filters.
This step gives your customers the option to embed QR codes that play videos on a web page of your choosing.
Product overlays are a kind of image that is placed over a design to give information, such as ingredients, alcoholic content, a barcode and much more.
Silent steps are used to place images onto a design without the user having to do anything. Silent images will be there as soon as the workflow has loaded.
Try it for Yourself!
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