New Product: Auto Design Albums

New Product: Auto Design Albums

I am beyond excited about our newest product....I never seen anything with such an unlimited range of personalization in a modern, colorful design!

The mix and match automatic album designer works a little differently than most. Instead of including finished album pages in template form, we have assembled a bundle of our most favorite graphics, backgrounds, and color palette to mix and match together to create unlimited looks for your albums. This will enable you to design albums with any number of pages, any number of images, and all in a style that suits your client's particular taste. And because the product works using Photoshop's native automation, you will be designing album pages at the speed of light.

Here are several sample pages made with the "Little Bird" graphics and actions set. This is only a taste of the thousands of designs possible when using this exciting product. These examples are coordinated with our Finao portfolio box designs (if you have that product) and of course you can customize all the colors as usual. (In the shop, Templates Section, under Albums)

A big visual idea bank and tutorial is included to get you super duper inspired!

*another idea: use these pages to create custom flat, folded or trifold cards for your clients!




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