T-shirt customization website designed
I stepped into Mr. Mugs & Awards in Hamburg, NY a few months ago and handed one gentleman our brochure, and was immediately presented with questions about designing a website capable of customizing text on a shirt imprint, and then handling the custom shirt as an e-commerce object for purchase with PayPal or something similar. “Can you do this?” he asked. “Absolutely,” I replied.
So we formulated proposals and diagrams to illustrate our ideas for his site. He seemed to like all of our ideas, and within a couple weeks, we were creating mockups for strictlyt.com. He said he wanted a ‘distressed’ look, and it certainly is.
We created a custom Flash/ActionScript3 application for the users to generate the custom products which can be added to cart in whatever color, quantity or size they desire.
The custom content management system is pretty elaborate too, with two more custom Flash/AS3 apps for the administrator to calibrate the designs and add/remove colors from the palette. From the CMS they can also view receipts from PayPal, with the exact images that the user generated when they paid for their shirts.
Unfortunately, this site has not been a very high priority for the owners, so the content is still not ready for use (many designs were only half-way created and there are many useless pages). If you want to check out the site, bear in mind that it is not officially published yet.
The website is strictlyt.com. The designs that work are