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Seller Spotlight: TDSWhite

November 8, 2012

Matthew and Trevor are the dynamic duo behind one of Zazzle’s most popular stores, TDSWhite. Specializing in awesome holiday products and all things classic weddings, they’ve been selling their creations on Zazzle since its early days. Trevor has a background in photography and design, and Matthew has the writing chops, which is put to good use copywriting descriptions for their products.

If we had to describe our style, we’d say it’s timeless, classic and long-lasting. When we’re focusing on designing Zazzle custom postage or wedding products, we’ll make sure to include a beautiful white gown, flowers that don’t go out of fashion (like roses) or popular colors for the season.

We’re especially proud of our Zazzle custom postage for the holidays, which incorporate winter scenes and snowflake patterns. They’re a hit with customers. As for weddings, our background in floral photography helped us design successful products. We started out with Zazzle custom postage, and as more products were added, like invitations or towels, we adapted our designs to fit the products.

One of our biggest pieces of advice when designing for weddings is to pay close attention to color in your products. We try to keep our designs timeless, but we also pay attention to popular colors for each season. The color selection for wedding products in the fall and winter is different than spring and summer. There’s more earth tones, bright oranges and reds. As you go into winter, cool colors like blues, greys, bright red and white are popular all the way through the holiday season.

As if creating and designing on Zazzle isn’t enough to keep Matthew and Trevor busy, Matthew is also a screenwriter & novelist. Trevor designs all of his book covers. Check out their work at Matthew’s website: http://www.MatthewGrantOnline.com

Silent Night Christmas Postage Stamp
Silent Night Christmas Postage Stamp by TDSwhite

Jammin’ 70s: Tonight We Party at the Moon Tower!

May 12, 2011

Ok so maybe we wont be at the moon tower tonight, but what do you get when you mix San Francisco’s hottest weekly indie music event Popscene @ Rickshaw Stop & ZOMG? You get a Jammin’ 70s themed party thats hipper than any 70′s party at the moon tower You’ve ever been to! Tonight, Popscene is featuring Bang Gang deejay/producer wunderkind Cassian — known for his surf funk disco sound, and featuring DJs Aaron Axelsen + Miles. Featuring special Bay to Breakers cocktails all night long! 10pm, $10, 18+ Learn more

Didn’t make it out last night? Check out what you missed here

Venue

Special

The Parlor

‘Rock the Bay’ Live Rock bands show Learn more

Off the Grid – Upper Haight

Off the Grid is your roaming mobile food extravaganza — bringing you delicious food, with free sides of music, craft and soul. Special Bay to Breakers discounts and food creations! Learn more

SIP BAR & LOUNGE

Inspired by Carlito’s Way / Scarface / Shaft / Blacksploitation films of the 70′s / disco-gangster meets Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction & Reservoir Dog’s characters & the music the movies are set to… spinning RnB, soul classics & breaks with some disco & country thrown in for good measure. ZOMG Happy Hour drink specials all night $5 well drinks, $1 off beers, no cover charge at the door. Learn more

Swig

Swig – premiere San Francisco mixology and cocktail bar welcomes ZOMG programme with an array of handcrafted libations centred around 70s theme. These purveyors of world’s oldest social lubricant will be showcasing A Mary Anne’s Facial chocolate martini, Brick in the Wall and Stairway to Heaven for an affordable $6. Learn more

111 Minna

Beats by DJ SAM ISAAC, a SILENT AUCTION, Hors d’oeuvres including Little Star and Extreme Pizza, giveaways, and a GREAT CAUSE to help our friend who is sick and needs our help. Great silent auction and raffle items including 6 pairs of Giants tickets, Giants memorabilia, artwork, gift certificates to DOSA, Farmer Brown, and more! Fundraiser for Mona Montwani 5-9pm Learn more

Mission Mini’s

A special Bay to Breakers cupcake will be for sale all week. Bring your sweet tooth! Learn more

El Burrito Express

ZOMG Cinco Burrito for $5 all week. Comes with chips and salsa! Food for the soul. Supporting the San Francisco community since 1981 with fresh, authentic, and affordable Mexican food. Learn more
 

after a long winter’s nap…

May 5, 2011

the inzider is back, hotties… with newz on z’s first electronical wizardry… the doodle. just got a snap of the proto design tool… will be the hottest thing. mas noticias later. inzider=audi

follow the hotness on twitter, too. updates from the attic in realtimes, y’all.

the first of its kindz

Banking off Zazzle's Elite Edition T-shirt

January 23, 2009

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As you may’ve already heard, ARTSPROJEKT launched an exciting new initiative today: ARTSPROJEKT/LABz.

With this launch comes two exciting opportunities for all you sellers out there to earn cash and get recognized.  How do you do it?  Check it out …

1. Offer this Elite Edition tshirt to your buyers and fans. You earn 15% on all purchases – and you keep your buyers interested by featuring a product that is new and totally cutting edge.  Use this link and be sure to add your referral ID: http://www.zazzle.com/ap_labz_0001_elite_edition_drifter_top-248351295539439787

It’s the tshirt to wear this season.

2. Submit your own design to be considered for the next round of products.  Ever want the chance to see your design in a retail shop?  Interested in exploring mind blowing embellishments?  Now is your chance.  The deadline to submit is February 20th – so get rollin’!

More juicy marketing info on the project

The shirt will only be available for a limited time, and features an original design and collaboration by internationally renowned artist Luca Ionescu of Like Minded Studio in Sydney Australia and the fashion apparel brand Drifter.  The design is called “NEON DREAMS” and features a 3-D chrome skull illustration with neon reflections.  This one of a kind shirt features many high-end embellishments including specialty inks, silver and black foil, textured flock, and high-density raised ink.

ARTSPROJEKT/LABz is powered by Zazzle’s manufacturing R&D laboratory and also leverages Zazzle’s innovative on-demand retail platform.  ARTSPROJEKT LABz will feature original art from ARTSPROJEKT artists combined with cutting-edge product embellishments. We will release new, mind-blowing products on a regular basis.

Each new product will also bring a new opportunity to enter your own designs for a chance to be featured alongside your favorite international artists & brands, with the release of your very own AP/LABz BREAKOUT EDITION product!

AP/LABz0001 ELITE EDTION – NEON DREAMS TOP

LUCA x DRIFTER x ARTSPROJEKT

LUCA Ionescu’s iconic identity and illustration work can be found in films, television, magazines, and galleries worldwide. Luca guides the interview and design magazine Refill, and counts MTV, VH1, Tiger Beer, Etnies, Reebok, and Zoo York among his clients.

Drifter supplies LA’s fashion elite with finely tailored apparel using high end blends of Supima cotton, modal, and mercerized jersey.  Featured in top retailers including Saks 5th Avenue, American Rag, and Fred Segal, Drifter is worn by Adrian Grenier of Entourage, hip hop icon DJ Shadow, and in such publications as Glamour, Stuff, and URB.  The men’s and women’s Drifter SKUs used for the ARTSPROJEKT LABz0001 Elite Edition are double-layered 60 single Supima Twofer Tops, which are stylishly fitted and extremely soft.

ARTSPROJEKT/LABZ BREAKOUT EDITION DEESIGN CHALLENGE

Each time we launch a new LABz product, we’ll also kick off a new BREAKOUT EDITION Design Challenge. The BREAKOUT EDITION Design Challenge will transform today’s underground visionaries into tomorrow’s global success stories. We’ll pick ten winners for each contest. If you win, your design will be sold in the LABz Special Editions Gallery. We may also show the winning designs to potential buyers for high profile retail lines, so you could find yourself checking out your T-shirt in your favorite boutique.  Each time we launch a new product, we’ll tell you how to submit your designs! You’ve got one month to cook up a design to send back.

SUBMISSION DETAILS

It’s easy to submit your designs. Have a look at the AP/LABz0001 Neon Dreams design, download our design template and cook up your own version. When your design is done, just fill in the submission details on the Labz Contest PageThe deadline to submit design for the LABz BREAKOUT EDITION 0001 – the Luca inspired t-shirt – is Wednesday, February 20th, 2009., and upload your design.

WHAT DO I GET IF I WIN?

1.      We’ll make your design, including the hangtag, and package it up with your sticker design. It’ll be the real deal.

2.      We’ll promote and sell your design on the ARTSPROJEKT.com website. You’ll get 10% royalties on every shirt we sell.

3.      We’ll also be showing the winning designs to buyers for high profile retail lines, , so you could find yourself checking out your T-shirt in your favorite

LUCA BLOG POST

Luca Ionescu Designs Insane Skull for Labz 0001!

Australia based artist Luca Ionescu applied his crazy mix of technology and art in the creation of the 3D rendered ‘Neon Dreams’ design.

Bio

Luca currently operates Like Minded Studios where he has created incredible stuff for clients like Nike, Zoo York, MTV, VH1, ONeil, Etnies, Absolut Vodka, Reebok and Coca-Cola. He also co-runs and publishes Refill Magazine along with curating the Refill Seven Laser Skate Deck exhibition.

We caught up with Luca – over the phone of course – we’re way too low budget for a trip to Oz, and learned about his background, design inspirations and that amazing Skull.

Q: Tell us something about your background?

I come from the eastern land of Romania. I was raised in the land of OZ, and now deliver the typographic message worldwide.

Q: How does the world REFILL?

Through the global network known as Synchronicity.

Q: How do you define synchronicity?

Synchronicity is the way we are all connected globally. It is why so many community websites pop. They are networks driven by synchronicity, showing how we are all connected within six degrees of freedom. It is the way people inspire each other.

Q: What is Refill magazine?

Refill magazine started locally in Sydney in 2003. There were no magazines to bring artists together, globally. And there was all of this fresh work and new ways of doing things. I wanted to document the global art scene and bring that global flavor to my local audience. It was a period of self-discovery, bringing the design community together, creating something collaborative and being able to give something back to the community. Creating a physical magazine was important because it’s something tangible – something you can hold. It’s a quality magazine, versus an abstract digital media presence. With print, the smell of the ink and the feel of the paper complement the artists’ work well. We grew up on prints and books; it’s traditional. However, we embrace digital media as well and there will be a stronger online presence for the Refill re-launch, with daily community exchanges and artist interviews. This will be paired with a quarterly release of the physical magazine.

Q: What is Like Minded Studio?

Like Minded Studio is an umbrella for four artists. We each have different skill sets that complement well and we do work for various clients and agencies, ranging from answering briefs on a commercial level to t-shirt design. Sometimes we bring other artists on-board for individual projects.

Q: What is one word you would use to describe yourself, and why?

Progressive. I am always changing and evolving as a creative and applying that to my work. I like to use older, traditional techniques and bring a new translation to traditional design work.

Q: Describe 3 inspiring encounters you have had as a designer and magazine publisher.

1.     My first inspiring encounter was discovering the work of the Designers Republic while I was a design student. This snowballed into a hunt for more knowledge and who was behind the work. I discovered one of the men responsible for much of the goodness was Michael C Place. His amazing layout skills and typographic work includes brilliant use of one of my favorite typefaces at the time, Helvetica. He motivated me to keep producing what I loved doing most: design. I got in touch with Michael and since then he has been both a friend and a source of inspiration.

2.     My second inspiring encounter was meeting Futura 2000 in 2002. He triggered what was to become one of my greatest learning journeys via Refill Magazine. The concept behind Refill Magazine was for me to learn about and showcase artists such as Futura. Since launching Refill, we have showcased several hundred artists and have tried to enrich the Sydney art and design community by cross-pollinating with international artists through exhibitions, collaborations and the like.

3.     I would have to say my most recent inspirational experience was meeting my beautiful partner Bianga and the birth of our son, which without I wouldn’t be producing the work I am today. The love I feel for my family and which they give me is an endless source of inspiration for my work.

Q: Tell us about the story of “Neon Dreams”

It was originally a white skull on my homepage. It represented me. Faceless, it was the bare framework or structure that clients would come to my studio for work on. It was a starting point, from which I would flesh out my designs.

I redesigned the skull in titanium for a client, and while playing with it in my 3D rendering program, was excited about the look of all of these multicolored lights reflecting off of the surface. It is a stand-alone piece but could also be developed into a series, which I’ve considered. It represents Like Minded Studio’s love for design and that we’re here for the long haul, and we’re going to let the work shine. But it’s also open to interpretation, and overall it’s just a cool-looking skull.

Q: Snapshot the Sydney scene for our friends around the world.

Sydney has a lot of talent to offer. For a small sample, keep your eyes on http://www.refillmag.com and http://www.likemindedstudio.com. My agent, Rebecca Wolkenstein also represents a group of amazing photographers and artists who I am honored to be on books with.

Friends and Family:

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DMOTE
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JONATHAN ZAWADA
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SUPPLY
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Monster Children
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The HEIGHTS
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Terrence Chin
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KELVIN HO
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FOOTAGE
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VIA ALLEY
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MODULAR
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NUMSKULL

What are you working on right now?

Something I love. View some of it here.

visit http://www.artsprojekt.com/labz

Union 8: Strength in Numbers

November 19, 2008

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This week marks the soft launch of Zazzle’s first cooperative selling group, Union Eight.  Led by the infamous Sheryl Graham, the group is comprised of successful POD sellers with a range of talents, including graphic design, marketing, engineering and management.

Union Eight’s goal is to hit the market through a variety of niches – check it out at their website www.unioneight.com!

The group has one main Union Eight store and each seller has their own hubstore, featuring portals to their niche stores.  Curious buyers experience a kind of department store shopping experience, strolling from vegetarian gifts to custom shoes in just a few clicks.

It’s bold, it’s experimental, and it’s just in time for the holidays.

Good luck and congratulations to Union 8 for all their time, effort and boundless enthusiasm for selling on Zazzle!

www.zazzle.com/unioneight

Behind the seams…

November 4, 2008

How to create embroidery on Zazzle
Yes, folks, embroidery will keep you in stitches. Sew I wanted to get right into it and show you just how seamless an experience it can be. I will show you the ups and downs and the ins and outs of the process.

These embroidery puns doin’ anything for ya?


Guide Us
First, I want to point you to an important document, the Embroidery Design Guide (PDF). This guide explains a lot of the details about creating successful embroidery products on Zazzle. Read it. Know it. Love it.

Also have a look at our embroidery information page. It contains important information regarding our process as well as links to pricing information.


Walkthrough
In this section, I will guide you through the process of creating an embroidered product from a standard JPG, GIF, or PNG image. It’s very similar to the normal print process, with a few key differences.


Step 1: Choose a product
The first step is simply to select what kind of product you would like to design: shirt, hat, or bag. Go to http://www.zazzle.com/custom/embroidery and choose one of the options:

Choose an embroidery product

Once you select a product, you will be taken to that product’s design tool. For this example, I chose Hooded Sweatshirt.


Step 2: Add an image
Once you are in the design tool a “Get Started” dialog appears where you can add an image or text. This is just like our print-on-demand design tool:

Let’s add an image. Click the Select Image link and you will see your image collection. Select an image, click Add Image, then click Make it now.

Now here’s one of those “key differences” I mentioned above. At this point, a new dialog will appear explaining to you that this particular image needs to be converted for embroidery.

This is an informational dialog only. It explains why we need to convert your image, how to choose an image that will convert well, and talks about the fee and time it takes to convert. In traditional embroidery, this conversion process is called “digitization”.

The conversion process is done by skilled technicians who know how best to interpret designs into stitches. It’s not an automated hit or miss process. It’s looked at by actual people using actual human eyeballs.

Once you finish reading the dialog, click Ok, add this image.

At this point, I’d like to mention that if you already own a stitch file in .OFM format, you can upload it and bypass all conversion costs. If you’ve had images digitized in the past for embroidery by a traditional embroidery company, you might have an .OFM file.


Step 3: Size your image
Now that the image is placed on the product, we can calculate the conversion fee. You will see that there is now a big yellow box under your image that tells you the cost of conversion at the current size.

In this example, the image is sized to 1.7″ x 2.1″ and it’s telling me that will cost $30 to convert. If I wanted to reduce that price, I could do a couple of things:

  1. Reduce the size of the image
  2. Simplify the image by removing fills and keeping outlines

The conversion fee is calculated by how many stitches it takes to create the image out of thread. The rate is $5 per 1000 stitches. The smaller the image, the less stitches it takes to create. Also, fewer blocks of solid color means less stitches required.

Keep in mind that once you convert an image at a particular size, you cannot change its size as an embroidery file.  You must convert it again if you want a different size embroidery design.  A handy tip is to convert images at the smallest size you can.  You can convert a smaller image once and use it on a greater number of products.  If you convert an image in a larger size, it will only fit on some products.  Hats, for example, have very small design areas and can only accept smaller images.


Step 4: Buy or post
Once you’re satisfied with the size and placement, you have the option to Add to cart or Post for sale. If you choose to add this product to your cart, you will see two line items in your cart…the product itself, and the conversion fee.

If you choose to post this for sale rather than purchase the product yourself, you will be presented with the normal Post for sale page first. Fill it out normally with the description, tags, title, etc. Click Continue when finished.

Now you will get a page reminding you about the conversion that is required.

This page gives details about the conversion fee as well as how long it takes to convert. You must click Continue to cart to add the conversion fee to your shopping cart.

Once it’s in your cart, simply checkout normally, and your image is sent off to be converted.


Step 5: Enjoy!
That’s it! Once the conversion is complete, you will receive an email with a link to your stitch file so you can see how it will stitch out. If you purchased the product, this is when the product begins its normal manufacturing process.

If you posted for sale, your product will appear in the marketplace when conversion is complete.


Free Text
What if you want to create an embroidered product, but don’t want to pay to convert an image? Use one of our over 100 embroidery fonts and create a text only product! No conversion required!

We have specialized monogram fonts, cool fonts, and traditional block and script fonts.

Bend it like Beckham
Another cool thing about using our built-in embroidery fonts is that you can automatically arch your text up or down, or re-orient to vertical or horizontal text, using a simple drop-down menu.

Templatizing the stitchy way
Did you know you can create templates from embroidery products? Any text object in an embroidered product can be made into a template placeholder. This is great for sports teams, family reunion shirts, etc.

For more information on how to create templates, see the post titled More than just embroidery…

Zazzle Sellers: Get Yo' Embroidery On

November 1, 2008

Greetings all Zazzle sellers!

As you’ve all probably already seen, Zazzle launched Embroidery yesterday – making a splash on the pages of TechCrunch, Frobes, TechNews, Business Week and more. The word is out: Zazzle’s embroidery offering is setting a new standard.

So what’s next? How can you cash in on embroidery?


This is a prime opportunity for you to extend your product offering by creating new embroidery-specific galleries. Make it easy for buyers to find quality embroidered products, all in one place.


‘Tis the season for unique gift-hunting, so give all those holiday shoppers something worth buying: the best embroidery on the P.O.D. block! Be sure to tag your products with embroidery and recipient-friendly keywords.


Wanna get busy on your embroidery empire, but don’t want to pay those digitization fees just yet? Create a custom text template!


Step 1: Choose your embroidery product from http://www.zazzle.com/custom/embroidery

Step 2: Add your image(s) & text

Step 3: Click the “Advanced options” link at the bottom of the image or text box.



Step 4: Check the box “Make this a template object”. Checking that box will display all the options available for defining this template image placeholder.


When you select “Make this a template object”, you have access to four options:

  1. Product page label – This is the label that the customer will see on the product page. Use something descriptive here, like “Your picture” or “Your logo”.
  2. URL parameter name – If you are using the Zazzle API to pass data to this product from an external source, this is the parameter name the API will use. Avoid spaces or special characters. You can safely ignore this field if you are not working with the API (see the Zazzle API documentation for more information).
  3. Inner fit/fill mode – For images. If your template allows the buyer to replace your placeholder image with one of her own, this setting determines how the buyer’s image replaces yours. The options are none, fit, or fill.

    None
    – If you set Inner fit/fill mode to none, the buyer’s image simply replaces your placeholder image, and may be larger or smaller than the placeholder.

Fit – Selecting fit will resize the buyer’s image to fit inside of your placeholder image object’s dimensions. This will ensure that their image is not cropped.

Fill
– Selecting fill will resize their image to fill the entire dimensions of your placeholder image. If the buyer’s image is wider or taller than your placeholder, this may result in zooming and cropping of the customer’s image.

  1. Allow editing on product page – Keep this checked if you want to enable EZ Templates on your product page. Unchecking this option is usually only done when working with the Zazzle API.

Once you have filled out all the options, click Post for Sale. You are then presented with the normal Post it for Sale page. Notice the checkbox labeled “This product is a template”. This tells you that the product contains template objects, and that it will be posted for sale as a template. Only uncheck it if you decide at this point to not allow customer personalization of this product; otherwise keep it checked.


Stoked! You’ve just created a template product!


Lock it up!

Sometimes, you may want to create a template product but have items that are not changeable by a customer. Now you can simply check the box labeled “Lock this image” or “Lock this text object”. This will essentially lock the item and not allow any editing of it whatsoever (can’t delete it, move it, re-size it, etc.)


And that’s the good word on text templates in embroidery!


As you brainstorm additional ways you can make embroidery work for you, be sure to explore all the groups of people who may be interested in these kinds of products:

· Sport Teams

· Clubs

· Employment

· Universities

· High Schools

· Family Reunions

Have fun!

More than just embroidery…

October 31, 2008

Release O’Plenty

Wow. What a release! If you haven’t noticed already, we’ve just pushed out one of the biggest releases in Zazzle history. Not only are we now doing real embroidery, but we’ve packed this release full of candy-coated goodness! Unfortunately, we’ve hit a couple performance snags, but we’re getting those resolved very quickly – keep your eye on the Zazzle Forums for updates on that front.  For a quick overview, read our main blog post entitled Embroidery AND New Features. In this post, I’m going to get into some detail on some new features of the Zazzle Design Tool.


I’m such a tool(bar)

One of the first things you might notice is the look of our toolbar. We’ve reorganized it to show more options in a familiar menu style.

There are now Select, Edit, and Align options in the toolbar. These features help you select design elements, copy and paste them, and align them relative to each other. Next time you create something, check them out!

Also, if a product contains more than one design area (front and back of a t-shirt, multiple areas of a shoe, etc.) an Area selector appears on the left. This is a quick and easy way to select the different areas of a product to design on. And the best part is that now they contain easy to understand icons.

Oops, I messed up again

One thing a lot of people do is customize an existing design. You see a cool design and want to add your name, or you want to nudge the image a bit higher. If a contributor has allowed customization, anyone can do these things.

Of course, when you start messing around with a design, you may end up with something that doesn’t quite look like you pictured it. What to do?

REVERT! Yes, now there is an option to revert any design to its original state before you started changing things. Revert is located just under the Post for Sale button.


Templates made easy

So here’s the big one. The top banana. The Big Kahuna. El Jefe. Yes, ladies and gentlecontributors, we now have an easy way to make templates! Zoinks!

“You mean we don’t have to double-click somewhere and add cryptic brackets anymore?”

Correct. There is now a template UI!

You can make a product become a template by simply defining which image(s) or text object(s) can be replaced by the buyer.

Example:
Add an image to a product. You will notice an “Advanced options” link on the image object.

Click the Advanced options link to show all advanced options.

One of the options is a checkbox labeled “Make this a template object”. Checking that box will display all the options available for defining this template image placeholder.

When you select “Make this a template object”, you have access to four options:

  1. Product page label – This is the label that the customer will see on the product page. Use something descriptive here, like “Your picture” or “Your logo”.
  2. URL parameter name – If you are using the Zazzle API to pass data to this product from an external source, this is the parameter name the API will use. Avoid spaces or special characters. You can safely ignore this field if you are not working with the API (see the Zazzle API documentation for more information).
  3. Inner fit/fill mode – For images.If your template allows the buyer to replace your placeholder image with one of her own, this setting determines how the buyer’s image replaces yours. The options are none, fit, or fill.

    none
    – If you set Inner fit/fill mode to none, the buyer’s image simply replaces your placeholder image, and may be larger or smaller than the placeholder.fit – Selecting fit will resize the buyer’s image to fit inside of your placeholder image object’s dimensions. This will ensure that their image is not cropped.

    fill
    – Selecting fill will resize their image to fill the entire dimensions of your placeholder image. If the buyer’s image is wider or taller than your placeholder, this may result in zooming and cropping of the customer’s image.
  4. Allow editing on product page – Keep this checked if you want to enable EZ Templates on your product page. Unchecking this option is usually only done when working with the Zazzle API.

Once you have filled out all the options, click Post for Sale. You are then presented with the normal Post it for Sale page. Notice the checkbox labeled “This product is a template”. This tells you that the product contains template objects, and that it will be posted for sale as a template. Only uncheck it if you decide at this point to not allow customer personalization of this product; otherwise keep it checked.
Congratulations! You have just created a template product!

Lock it up!

Sometimes, you may want to create a template product but have items that are not changeable by a customer. Now you can simply check the box labeled “Lock this image” or “Lock this text object”. This will essentially lock the item and not allow any editing of it whatsoever (can’t delete it, move it, resize it, etc.)

That’s all there is to it, folks!

New Zazzle Seller Blog!

September 11, 2008

Learn from the best and the brightest to help you sell more of your great Zazzle products with the new Zazzle Seller blog! Now you’ve got a place to go to get information on hot new tools from Zazzle, ideas from top sellers in the community and other great features that help you make more money, faster! Check out the Seller blog to see the first post from Rob our Selling Guru.

 
 
Learn more about making money online at Zazzle.

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Large Hadron Collider – Love It or Hate It

September 10, 2008

Today the Large Hadron Collider, the biggest particle accelerator ever, started up to fanfare and dismay around the world. Some believe it will help us better understand the universe; others believe it will quickly destroy the planet. Contributors at Zazzle have also chimed in on what it could do with their designs like CERN t-shirts and LHC t-shirts. Check out some of the designs below.

cern t-shirt particle accelerator t-shirt LHC experiment

black hole is my homeboy t-shirt quantum particles t-shirt science t-shirt

Learn more about black hole t-shirts, physics t-shirts, science t-shirts and more at Zazzle.

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