Post by julianashcroft » Mon Feb 25, 2019 4:36 pm

My ecommerce site many sells laser engraved Scout Woggles, where customers can either choose a stock design, upload a design, ask me to do the design work for them or choose various limited elements on a product page which will give them a personalised product.

What I would like on the site is some type of built in designer, so the customer can add a border, text elements (one of which must be able to go round in a circle), leather colour and maybe add a selection of icons and preview their design on screen, something similar to this: https://camaloon.co.uk/personalised-badges/round-badges

It would be something to replace the options available on this product: http://www.burntstuff.com/shop/name-woggle When the customer has finished designing the woggle, the design would be saved as either a jpg or png and uploaded to the website, so it is ready to import into the laser software.

Does anyone do this type of development?


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Post by julianashcroft » Thu Mar 07, 2019 9:19 pm

Thanks for the suggestions, unfortunately none of them do what I require.


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Post by thekrotek » Thu Mar 07, 2019 9:27 pm

Such functionality is usually custom, there're no extensions, which allow you to have some kind of online designing tool. Your only option is custom development and it's much more extensive, than any extension.

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Post by julianashcroft » Fri Mar 08, 2019 12:31 am

I know, I'm currently talking to programmers.


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