Design’N’Buy Launches the Latest Version of its Greatest Creation — DesignO V1.3
Design’N’Buy, known as the trendsetter in web-to-print solutions, was already in the headlines for introducing a spectacular product — DesignO, an easily integrable plug-n-play online designer for all types of graphic design and personalization needs but, is now yet again in the news for releasing its latest and first version 1.3 of DesignO with improved features.
DesignO is an API-driven online graphic design tool that helps print businesses in giving their customers more than they imagine. Available for integration on all significant marketplaces like Shopify, BigCommerce, OpenCart, and WooCommerce, DesignO is not just a great but an important addition for those willing to sell personalized and customized print, merchandise, and packaging products because, with DesignO, the possibilities are immeasurable.
Pretty easy to download and use, DesignO is a complete web-to-print solution with an intuitive graphic designer that makes it an appropriate addition for all types of businesses — B2B and B2C. It is a simple plug-n-play online graphics designer powered with centralized print management software that is easy and ready to use and comes with many built-in features such as order and print management capabilities, a dynamic admin panel, a robust design studio, and much more.
“Nothing makes a person happier than being able to edit the design of a product and that’s what we were aiming to offer via DesignO. Thankfully, we succeeded in it because DesignO is today in huge demand among print business owners after seeing the way customers are loving and enjoying its presence in other print stores,” says Nidhi Agrawal, founder of Design’N’Buy. Adding more to its details, Nidhi shares that,” although there are enough features in DesignO, we wanted to make it a complete and one-stop solution for all print needs and hence with this version are adding and improving a DesignO a step further.”
With version 1.3 of DesignO, the users will get a few new and improved features like forgot password, login captcha, and email verification, to improve security and safe usability of it and a job dashboard which will display the job summary, the number of jobs status-wise, etc.
Apart from that, with DesignO you will get interesting and much-needed features like Image Color Detection in which when a user uploads an image, it can automatically recognize and detect colors and change that particular color. Also, there’s a slider controller feature that allows customers to decide the value of pixels until their desired colour is achieved.
In version 1.3 of DesignO, you will also get certain improved features like Workflow notification in which unnecessary required field validation has been removed and a new tab in the “Setting” panel has been added with the title “SMTP Configuration” for configured SMTP settings. Further, the Workflow Status Sequencing has been enhanced in which while defining a workflow, admin users will now be able to define a workflow sequence in a particular manner. Other than that, notable improvement has been made in its features like Order Message/Comment, Job management, Sheet Management, and much more.
Lastly, much-needed changes have been made in Templates for packaging products in DesignO where the admin can now assign the default template to the packaging product as well as create and assign the template for different sizes of packaging products. In addition to that, the admin will also get the power to add a background to the packaging product and modify it as well as remove it without any hassle. As far as customers are considered, they can now upload an image into DesignO and use it as a background for the product packaging.
In short, the new and improved version of Design’N’Buy’s DesignO looks promising and is sure to be more beneficial than it was already to the print owners as well as their customers.
If you wish to know more about it, you can explore their site at https://www.designnbuy.com/ and even book a free demo for better understanding.
Originally published at https://whattheythink.com.