Design Aglow Print: How it Works

Design Aglow Print: How it Works

Have you heard about Design Aglow Print? If you haven’t, where have you been? You’re seriously missing out on a one-one-of-a-kind design application.

Design Aglow Print is our solution to instantly creating and ordering branding and marketing materials, cards, custom wall art, and essential workflow tools needed to run a creative business.

No Photoshop. No ROES. No more delaying your branding and marketing materials.

It sounds too good to be true, but we promise it isn’t. With Design Aglow Print, we’ve made it so easy for you to create customized products. It just takes minutes (seriously - just drag & drop images, click to edit text) to refresh your branding and create heirloom products for your clients - all in one place!

Here’s how to use Design Aglow Print:

• Create an account.
**Please note: while Design Aglow Print is a part of the Design Aglow brand, it is housed under a separate back-end system and requires a separate account than the one you typically use for Templates, Frames, Packaging and Albums. Don’t worry, creating a new account is super easy.
• Select products.
• Customize. This is where you can change things like color palettes, text, add your images, and select paper type.
• Approve the final designs.
• Place your order.

    And voila, you’re done! Your products are immediately printed and shipped right to your doorstep.

    You can also use Design Aglow Print to work with clients to create products and wall galleries during in-person-sales sessions. Our clean, intuitive interface is easy to navigate and is sure to make an instant impression on your clients.

    Here's how you can use Design Aglow Print with your clients:

    • Create an account.
    • Use our unbranded site to select products.
    • Customize on our unbranded site with your clients. This is where you and your clients can work together to choose color palettes, add text and images, and select the desired paper type. Perfect for in-person sales sessions.
    -OR-
    • Customize on your own and send the proof to your client for approval. Perfect for destination clients or digital workflows.
    • Place the order.
    • Drop ship to your client or ship directly to your business.

      The best part about this whole process? When you use our white-label site, your clients can’t see your vendor, your costs, or your account info.

      Ready to get started? Create an account and tackle all your design needs today.

      DESIGN AGLOW PRINT




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