We announced MOO’s API the other week – which allows people with just a little tech knowledge to create cool apps that integrate with MOO’s process. If you don’t have the tech knowledge but still fancy making something cool, you could try using Photoshop instead.
First up, Dawn. A talented children’s photographer based in Chicago , Dawn recently made this set of MiniCards:
With beautiful bright images, the cards are split into sections, perfectly showcasing several photos at once. Dawn has kindly put the template online – and it sounds like it’s going down a treat! If you use it, do let us know in the comments, we’d love to see how your cards turnout.
Aral’s online template is pre-set to the correct dimensions, and is ‘sliced for your convenience’. All you need to do is import your photo, make sure it fits in the document correctly and ‘Save for Web’.
jenschr has already tried it out – and got a great result:
Again, if you make cards like this, let us know!
And finally, many congratulations to MOO customer, Yves Snoeren. The Snoren’s have recently had a new addition to the family, in the shape of a beautiful baby girl. There’s been no time to waste since the birth however, as Yves has been racing about creating the birth announcements! With custom M&M’s and a cute little teddy, all that was missing was something small and funky, with the details. Luckily, MiniCards did the trick:
Congratulations, from everyone at MOO
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