Every product comes with its own dimensions, so our goal was to ensure customers would always be working with the right template in the design area. One option utilizes the QuickCode, which is printed on the physical product. When a customer enters the code online, the matching template is loaded in the design area.
From custom backgrounds, images and text, to design touches like transparency and shading, the application puts a wide selection of creative tools at the customer's fingertips. Because so many of those customers were still using an outdated browser, we implemented a series of workarounds to avoid compatibility issues.
The final step in the process is designed to smooth the transition from web to print. This is when customers can get a clear picture of their creation and confirm it will fit the product as intended. If everything checks out, the application will then generate a PDF for print purposes.
This video demonstrates the design process from start to finish using an example cover. In showcasing the application's creative flexibility, the video is meant to both educate and inspire.
Customers also needed the ability to save in-progress designs and pick them up when time allowed, so we developed a customer account system with automated workflows. Using the custom back-end, QuickFit has access to analytics on customer login history, asset usage in the design interface and more.
The site looks amazing and the team did an amazing job in pulling it all together, and I am sure the January launch will go smoothly as well.
John Smith, CEO of SOCAN
Using the new application, customers can design a professional binder insert in less than a minute.
The interface is simple and user-friendly, with a modern design that’s in sync with QuickFit’s branding.
Since the initial launch, we’ve integrated new products for use in the application as QuickFit’s business continues to grow and evolve.