Work goes on…

Our blog’s been quiet for a while, but over at the PhotoMerchant offices, it’s anything but quiet.

We’re still powering away on PhotoMerchant and looking forward to release. Our alpha-testers have given us some truly valuable feedback, and we’ve also been busy meeting and talking to people about PhotoMerchant. We’re looking forward to releasing PhotoMerchant in the near future, slowly at first… we’ll get some more feedback from our Alpha group and see what you think.

Here are a few hints about the features we’re currently working on:

  • Print-shop integration in Australia and US (with more to come…) – this means that when your customers order prints, PhotoMerchant can automatically send the order to your local print house and the prints will be delivered direct to your customers!
  • International currency support: you – and your customers – can carry out your transactions in your local currency.
  • Usability testing our member interface: exciting stuff! Our latest interface designs are being tested for usability and we’re looking forward to offering you a sleek, simple interface.
  • Bigger selection of web-store design templates: we’re creating a selection of templates so you can customise the look of your web store.

We’ll keep updating you with the latest developments at PhotoMerchant – each day, we’re a step closer to sharing the product with you, and we’re looking forward to it!

Written by

Derek is Engineering Czar and Co-founder of Fotomerchant. He once picked up a camera and started shooting but everyone screamed so he stopped.

  • Laura Crenshaw

    oh…. it would be sweet if it looked more like your blog page…. It’s niiiiiiice. I like it.

    It would also be awesome if there were a variety of themes to choose from (and a variety of display patterns). Personally I’m a huge fan of the stark black background. As far as patterns go, I love the big view with thumbnails along the bottom or the two rows on the side.

    But you’re probably way ahead of me…

    • Laura,

      There will be an ever increasing variety of themes to choose from as well ad display patterns, colour combinations etc. The idea is that the photographer is able to make their page look unique.

      So stay tuned. We’ll be releasing more information soon.