kushad — 2011-06-08T19:19:38-04:00 — #1
Hey everybody, i'm new here and first want to say Hi! Hope all is well for everyone.
Second, my question is, I have a printing business and I'm looking to expand online. I want to develop a website for my business but I have noticed that many of my competitors offer online wysiwyg design tools for business cards, flyers, etc. Basically, it's like MS Paint in a browser on a page from their site that lets you edit text, upload graphics, etc. so you can design a biz card/flyer and then submit the design to me for printing.
Anybody know how I could go about getting this done?
Are there any pre-made scripts available that I could buy?
Thanks for any help, really appreciate it!
Also, I will be needing a e-commerce application. Anybody recommend anything that would go perfect for a printing business?
uprinting.com is a good example of the kind of functionality I'm looking for.
kushad — 2011-06-22T01:22:29-04:00 — #2
anybody? any knowledge u can share would be greatly appreciated.
logic_earth — 2011-06-22T01:43:06-04:00 — #3
Its probably all custom. hired developers to build it or have in house.
vibrantinfo — 2011-09-21T04:29:53-04:00 — #4
for this uprinting.com is the most pawerful ex.[URL="http://www.vibrant-info.com/"]
kelvin0gs08 — 2011-09-24T00:14:43-04:00 — #5
yeah have it custom made for you and your company its not like youre going to change your company identity every year anyway, well what im saying is that youll use it for quite some time. since youre in the printing business shouldnt you have like artists there maybe they can help im just saying
webexp — 2011-10-20T01:09:26-04:00 — #6
Custom is the way to go, might cost you in the sort term, but worth it in the long run.