IRVING, Texas: Design’N’Buy, a leading web-to-print solutions provider, has always been at the forefront of technological development.
Whether it is setting up a responsive web2print storefront for printers or enabling end-customers to customize print-ready templates for their favorite products, Design’N’Buy has always ensured convenience.
In a bid to maintain that momentum, they have recently launched DesignRiver, a web-to-print design templates marketplace for online printers. (Visit for more information: https://www.designriver.co/ )
Printers can purchase templates for a range of print products, including brochures, photo books, signage, business cards, identity cards, flyers, letterheads, banners, tags, greeting cards, envelopes, and posters.
“Our new venture aims to empower printers to cater to a variety of end-customers. Individuals, agencies, and even large corporations operating in retail, real estate, F&B, tours and travel, and automobiles will find these templates useful. So, why shouldn’t printers have these templates on their web-to-print storefront for the end-customers’ use?,” says Nidhi Agarwal, Founder & CEO, Design’N’Buy.
The buying process is fairly simple and doesn’t take a long time: printers can purchase any printable product design packs from DesignRiver and add them to their web-to-print storefront.
The packs come with an extended license for a single web2print domain, allowing the printers to showcase the design templates on their portal and sell print services based on these designs.
Furthermore, each template can be downloaded in SVG format that is intuitively user-friendly and easily editable on a web-to-print domain. On the purchase of the pack, the printer also gains access to DesignRiver’s photo, clipart, and font library, free for commercial use.
“Our download layouts are available for design editing tools such as CorelDraw, Publisher, QuarkXPress, Illustrator, Apple Pages, and Adobe InDesign. We have covered all possible platforms where one can edit the template easily,” explains Agarwal.
But that is not all! Each print product has multiple templates, which means a typical pack of 50 signs would comprise editable layouts for various domains such as real estate, sales and discounts, parking, and even COVID-19. Moreover, the templates are available in different shapes and sizes such as rectangular, circular or square!
Brochure templates, for instance, cover multiple industries such as travel, healthcare, and professional services but are available in tri-fold, bi-fold, and z-fold shapes with a well-defined safe margin, bleed margin and cut margin.
Even something as small as tags has templates for Black Friday, flash sales and Christmas, and are available in 2″ X 3″ and 2.5″ x 2.5.” One can also find greeting card designs for birthdays and festivals like Diwali, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Valentine’s Day.
Besides, given the pandemic is nowhere near its end, DesignRiver also offers posters and signs templates about Coronavirus. That way, end-customers can put up COVID-19-related instructions such as “Keep a safe distance,” “Wash your hands,” and “Wear a mask” in public areas (e.g., food courts) and enclosed spaces (e.g., brick-and-mortar retail shop).
“We have thought of every little aspect of selling editable templates. After all, our goal is to be the one-stop-shop marketplace for web-to-print designs. Our service is extremely professional and thorough. DesignRiver is indeed the most obvious and profitable step for the print business,” signs off Agarwal.
View all graphic design template: https://www.designriver.co/packs.html