Thankster Users Can Now Create a Font From their Handwriting Without Paying

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The Company seeks to make correspondence more personal.

We want to encourage our users to create their cards using their own handwriting, which makes the whole experience that much more authentic. Anything that drives more and better gratitude is good for both Thankster and the rest of the universe.

Thankster.com is now letting users create and download a font from their own handwriting for no charge. It used to be that Thankster users could create a font and use it within Thankster, but if they wanted to own their font and use it outside of Thankster they had to pay for it. All advanced features can be utilized with the free font (signature, adjustments, etc.). This product had been priced at $16. Thankster CEO Paul Geller said of the move, “We want to encourage our users to create their cards using their own handwriting, which makes the whole experience that much more authentic. Anything that drives more and better gratitude is good for both Thankster and the rest of the universe.” The handwriting fonts created at Thankster can be made to employ real character variation, and other adjustments can be made to accurately and authentically replicate real handwriting. Users can then use their font (or others made available by the site) to send premium paper thank you cards or other notes. They can use pre-existing stationery if they have it, or can utilize Thankster’s designs. The site makes it easy to personalize messages and add photos or QR codes.

About Thankster

Headquartered in New York City, Thankster combines the electronic world with an offline, personal touch, by allowing consumers and businesses to quickly create high quality personalized notes, thank you cards, and other missives (such as holiday cards and greeting cards) with authentic looking handwriting. Thankster then prints, stuffs, posts and mails the cards. Users can buy cards individually, or save money by buying a subscription.

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