Tee Junction announced that the company has launched a new site and upgraded their T-shirt Design Studio to HTML5 version. The new version of the Design Studio is supported on desktops, laptops, smartphones and tablets allowing users to customize their T-shirt with their preferred designs. The upgraded website with social media integration provides more options in an overall effort to make customizing T-shirts technologically relevant for today’s tech-savvy customers.
In a release, Zhen Lim, founder of Tee Junction, said, “The ability to design your own t-shirt has never been easier. Our new website and design studio are suited to today's active, mobile lifestyles and allow our users to create t-shirt designs from some of the most popular mediums including Facebook (News - Alert) and Instagram. We couldn't be more excited about the freedom and flexibility that our users can now enjoy to design their own custom t-shirts.”
The newly upgraded Design Studio features a user-friendly interface with wide array of fonts and stock images to choose allowing users to easily design a customized t-shirt. With new printing options, the website now provides customers with 24 styles for men, women and children to choose from. The printing will be done using advanced digital technology for high-definition colors and quality.
With the new launch, Tee Junction has made designing customized t-shirts a simple three step process where users first select the t-shirt design, then using the Design Studio add pictures, text and photographs to the design and then confirm the order. Tee Junction does not insist on minimum number or minimum price to complete an order, which makes it even more accessible to retail customers wanting to design a customized t-shirt. Users can also opt for the discounts for multiple orders offered by the company on the newly upgraded website.
Tee Junction is engaged in providing customized t-shirt printing services and is one of the first to commission high end Digital Direct-To-Garment Printing (DTG) operations in Australia. The company is headquartered in Australia with plans for expansion to New Zealand in the next year.
Edited by Ryan Sartor