In this tutorial we will walk thru how to create a custom design on your store.
In this tutorial we will walk thru how to create a custom design on your store. We will discuss how to use the Customized App to create custom designs and how to sync them to your store.
A custom product is one that allows your customers to interact with it and make tweaks to it. This could be adding their own photos, text, clip art, and more. Non-custom products do not allow customers to make any changes to it, they will simply be able to add that product to the cart.
To get started, we will need to open the Customized App and click on the "Designs" option. We will then click on "Create a New Design" and select the product type we want to create. For this example, we will be creating a custom phone case.
Next, we will select the phone type and finishes we want to use. We will then add a product description and click "Create Product Design".
We will then select our main product and upload a photo. We can then add text, clip art, and other elements to the design. Once we are happy with the design, we will click "Save Design" and it will generate the design for all the variants we selected.
It is important to review the design to make sure it looks good on all the variants. If we don't like how the design looks on a particular variant, we can go into that variant and modify it.
Once the design is complete, it will sync to our store. This can take a few minutes depending on how busy our app and Shopify are.
Now that the design is complete, we can use it to inspire our customers. We can add design actions to the design to automatically delete the background and prompt customers to edit the text. This will make it easier for customers to create their own custom product.
Creating a custom design on your store can be a great way to inspire your customers. With the Customized App, you can easily create custom designs and sync them to your store. You can also add design actions to make it easier for customers to create their own custom product.
The next tutorial in this series is Ordering a Sample.