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WhoopTee mobile tool to design customized t-shirts
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Feb '13
WhoopTee, a cutting-edge custom t-shirt screen-printing company, has developed an online designer tool that functions equally well across a variety of digital platforms. Whether a user is hoping to design a custom t-shirt on a computer, laptop, iPad, or other mobile device, the quality of a designing experience will not be compromised.

Using mobile devices, one can still effectively design a custom t-shirt with an extensive selection of fonts, colors, text options, and clip art, which a person can easily control and maneuver with the arrow keys, or even by dragging and dropping.

With the touch of a screen a user can also easily upload their own images, which WhoopTee can print on any item in our online store. Users can choose from an extensive merchandise library, which recently has been updated with over sixty new pieces. With careful attention to all aspects of the designing process, WhoopTee has made it easy for people to create custom t-shirts.

WhoopTee is dedicated to bringing our customers the best: the best selection of merchandise, the best prices available, and the best tools to create beautiful designs. We are committed to keeping our tools as reliable and up-to-date as possible, while providing an optimal platform for your creativity.

About WhoopTee

WhoopTee is a St. Louis-based custom t-shirt screen-printing company focused on retailing the finest in t-shirt quality and comfort, as well as leveraging technologies that make custom designing easy, affordable and accessible to consumers.

Customers can upload any image desired, and with a number of cutting-edge printing techniques, WhoopTee can print literally any image onto a shirt. Coupled with excellent customer service, affordable prices and rapid delivery time, WhoopTee is among the best in the custom apparel industry.

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