At Zazzle there are literally hundreds of different SKUs that you can design and create at anytime. From over 250 styles and colors in apparel, to dozens of media and sizes for prints, to real U.S. postage… there are lots of options for your creative outbursts.
We only use the highest quality materials, all of the production is done locally in the U.S., and pretty much everything produced in 24 hours (except framed prints, Zazzle custom stamps which require special security approvals, and massive bulk orders).
If you think about it, designing a product isn't really an easy concept. Lucky you, we've been honing our design tools for a few years now. Using the latest and greatest ajax techniques and drag-n-drop goodness, we've got a pretty powerful design tool that's also easy to use.
It's all WYSIWYG, just drag your images and text around on the product, explore our font collection with hundreds of options, change colors, styles, etc. to your heart's desire. In a matter of minutes you've created something that the world's never seen...
Since the very beginning of Zazzle, one of our biggest challenges has always been how to bridge the gap between virtual images online to real, high-quality products that we actually manufacture. Because, after all, everything that you see on the site is completely digital and virtual, until ordered.
Our Model Realview system is the first ever application of motion picture special effect technologies to e-commerce, in order to help solve this problem. Now you can upload your images and designs, directly onto real life models! Even better, you can zoom in close to view how the design overlays onto the fabric… you get a real sense for how the product will look and feel in the real world.
Model Realviews are also a huge step forward for sellers, who can now instantly merchandize their products by choosing from hundreds of models of all ages, sizes, and demographics that appeal to their customer base.
Lastly, if you already have your own website with lots of content in the form of text and/or images, you can plug directly into Zazzle's product engine, and make all of that content instantaneously available on products. Believe it or not, it's also pretty easy. See some examples in action in API section.