“Steve Jobs and Apple have used their various computing devices to pioneer graphic design, but no one has created an app for the iPhone which allows users to design, personalize and order yard signs and business signs online."
Silicon Valley, CA (PRWEB) March 15, 2011
Designing signs, banners and other promotion gear used to be the purview of trained graphic designers, but the new iPhone app released by VictoryStore.com puts the power of design in the hand of anyone who can use a phone.
“We are a market leader in online sign design and wanted to extend our dummy-proof sign design tools to the smartphone platform,” said Steve Grubbs, company CEO. “Users can pick products and templates and using the tools in the smartphone, personalize the text and colors.”
“Steve Jobs and Apple have used their various computing devices to pioneer graphic design, but no one has created an app for the iPhone which allows users to design, personalize and order signs online. VictoryStore.com has accomplished this goal,” said Grubbs.
Davenport, Iowa based VictoryStore.com (http://www.VictoryStore.com) provides users the ability to personalize more than 100 products online with more than 5,000 design templates. The iPhone app launched with just a few products which will grow over time. Once a user personalizes the design they have the option to save it, email it to a friend or email it for a quick quote from VictoryStore.com.
While most early apps were designed to be personal tools for the user, a growing number of businesses are putting tools in the app store previously used by customers and employees. The growing number of business apps demonstrates the transition from Blackberry to iPhone for businesses as a technology platform.
Plans for an Android version are in the works and is expected in the summer of 2011.
VictoryStore.com was founded in 2000 and is listed as one of Internet Retailers Top 500. Steve Grubbs, a former state legislator from Iowa, founded the company in 2000 in an effort to allow candidates to design political yard signs online. After fast early growth, he purchased his former elementary school and built a successful online retail store.