Problem

SnapShirt founder Mike Krilivsky uses a printing process called dye sublimation to create his popular photo-realistic, 360-degree printed clothing, backpacks, home accessories and more.

Mike came to Dolphin Micro with an exciting new concept: create a mobile app that would allow users to turn photos from their smartphones into one-of-a-kind, all-over-printed wearable art.

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  • SnapShirt allows users to design, preview and order
    all-over-printed products using only their smartphones.

  • Users add artwork or photos—taken in real time—to one of
    an ever-growing collection of products.

  • Add filters, preview your design, then share or purchase it without leaving the app.

Solution

SnapShirt’s native iOS app allows users to create and order photo-realistic products using images captured by their cameras in real time.

Users first select a product. Next, they use their phone’s camera to place and preview, via a semi-transparent overlay, the image in the viewfinder on their selected product. When they’re ready, users snap a photo that can be printed just as previewed on the product they’ve selected. They order the products they wish to purchase, and the order is sent to SnapShirt for production. The SnapShirt app uses Stripe for payment processing and connects with Shopify to create a seamless buying experience for the user and streamline the order fulfillment process.