Customer's Canvas Blog — web-to-print

New and updated online demos: envelopes, slippers, and phone case.

Our company operates on the philosophy that the only way to build quality products is by developing useful features that actually help clients solve their everyday tasks and automate the prepress process. We are aware of the solutions that the industry needs and have written them into code to develop the most powerful web-to-print personalization software available. We’ve recently updated the demo section of our website where we welcome you to experiment with some of the latest developments for our product.

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New online demos: Preflight, In-place text editing and more...

The Customer’s Canvas engineering team continues to add to the already impressive list of features for the online editor. These online demos allow you to explore the latest developments for our product, including those that were on display at the PRINT19 trade show.

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Customer’s Canvas APIs overview: A powerful set of tools for all web-to-print use cases

Customer’s Canvas has come a long way in just four years, from a simple business card editor to a powerful tool for personalizing almost any type of product online. Now, it’s become a flexible solution capable of performing almost any imaginable customization scenario. The magic behind this flexibility is a set of APIs that enable data interchange between modules within Customer’s Canvas or third-party services. In this blog post, we’re going to give you a walkthrough of the different APIs that are available in Customer’s Canvas.

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New Customer's Canvas online demos: variable data printing

Support for variable data printing opens up a whole new world of possibilities for creating personalized mailings and other printed products that require variable fields. We prepared a few online demos to showcase this functionality.

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Customer’s Canvas brings online personalization capabilities to WooCommerce users

The Customer’s Canvas online editor can be integrated into any online application, thanks to its robust API. However, implementation requires extensive programming resources that are not always available to some printers. To make the integration process easier for these customers, our team is developing several plugins for the most popular platforms. Today, we are thrilled to announce that the Customer’s Canvas plugin for WooCommerce has joined our growing list of third-party integrations, alongside the Shopify plugin.

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