In recent years we have seen how customized offering have increased their supply. The advance of new technologies and their use in the design and production phases, increases the options available to the customer to give a product the fit your needs require.
Projects develop these customization alternatives trying to offer customers unique products. In some cases, even the productâ€™s production is customizable. This would be the case of Zazzle, the British company whose intention is to ‘create a platform where there is room for all the products of the world’. In other words, the Make Engine is creating the necessary tools so you can create and customize anything you can imagine.
As a customer, you can access a wide range of products: t-shirts, posters, cards, glasses, pillows … You can navigate their designs to serve you as inspiration, or create your style almost from zero. The personalization process is simple and intuitive, allowing you not only to choose shapes, styles, finishes, colors, textures, but also attach images with your own designs with great freedom to place and position within the design area.
Despite the high level of customization that some products might reach, the result is my somewhat uneven depending on the product chosen, offering a better finish those who propose a series of combined elements than those fully customizable.
As a designer, Zazzle allows you to focus on creation without worrying about orders or customers. They do it for you! Waitâ€¦ what? Yes, create your designs on hundreds of products from Zazzle for free and put them on sale. They produce and ship your products to customers who buy them while giving the designer a cut of the transaction.
Whether you’re a customer or designer, technology turns your creations into reality. Learn more about the company on its website. Make it. Wear it.