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Apparel Zap starts new design studio for custom apparel
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Jan '15
Apparel Zap, a leading provider of wholesale apparel and advertising specialty product services such as screen printing and embroidery, has launched a new and improved digital design studio for customized clothing and apparel.

The ever-growing consumers searching for ways to customize clothing are expected to browse through over 9,000 custom templates and clip art designs to add to their apparel choices, or they can easily upload their own files, ensuring the final product meets their needs precisely.

The Apparel Zap online design studio offers a number of professional features for customers to use during the design process. The design tools, combined with user input, is expected to provide customers with unlimited design combinations to create custom apparel that include t-shirts, woven tops, sweatshirts, active wear, coats, etc., Apparel Zap said in a statement.

Apparel Zap’s digital studio is also expected to provide additional printable products such as infant wear, aprons, socks, towels, bags, accessories, shorts and headwear. Once customers have selected a product, they can start the design process using tools feature options like intuitive design interface, high-quality clipart, colour picker, etc.

The screen and digital printing available in the new design studio produces professional-looking results whether customers choose an existing design or their own artwork.

In addition to its new multifunctional design studio, Apparel Zap offers affordable yet high-quality custom screen printing, digital printing and embroidery services for organizations, individuals and special events. (GK)

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