Customer's Canvas Blog

Imposition: automate your order receiving process with Customer's Canvas

The Customer’s Canvas online editor is a powerful tool tailored to help printing companies automate the customization workflow of their printed products. Once an order has been placed, the process doesn’t end there. In order to minimize the usage of materials and optimize the printing process, personalized designs should be imposed properly.

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New finishing features in Customer's Canvas

When people order personalized printed products, they often want the final result to be something truly unique. To give a more luxurious appearance to an invitation or business card, a finishing method for print products (embossing, foil, varnishing, etc.) can be applied. For printers, post-processing is a good way to improve an order’s profit margin and offer customers additional opportunities to make their designs stand out. With the new version of the Customer’s Canvas online editor, you can give your clients the ability to create personalized designs with some of these elegant finishing techniques.

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Customer's Canvas for Drupal Commerce

The main advantage of a web-to-print API like Customer’s Canvas is the ability to integrate into any e-commerce or MIS system for maximum flexibility. This also entails taking into account the internal features of each individual customer’s business processes. We are excited to announce that a web-to-print plug-in based on Customer’s Canvas technology is now available for Drupal Commerce from our partners at Acro Media.

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Meet Customer's Canvas Packaging

The Aurigma team is proud to announce a new product that combines all of the powerful features of web-to-print technology with parametric packaging design.

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Improving Customer Experience for Personalized Products

Every year, new technology surprises us with many innovations that would have been straight out of a sci-fi movie a few decades ago. Despite all our progress, scientists still haven’t managed to figure out the whole time travel thing. For now, the old-fashioned photograph remains the next best thing. Each photo is a fragment of a moment in time that helps us revisit our favorite memories. While the same technological advances now enable us to carry thousands of photos in our pockets today, the special significance of photos prevents many of us from digitizing completely. One only needs to look at how popular photo products are in the printing industry to confirm that, sometimes, it’s just nice to hold a photograph.

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