Lancaster, PA (PRWEB) June 14, 2013
The 3D Customizer is the brainchild of Quessity, an innovative website development and internet marketing company. Quessity means “commitment to possibilities,” a meaning founder Elizabeth Mong and the rest of the team of creatives take seriously as their latest invention demonstrates.
Businesses that add a 3D Customizer to their website give customers an opportunity to custom design products in three dimensional view, boosting customer confidence and easing the communication process in a time saving way for all involved.
The 3D Customizer was first designed to customize sheds online. The first prototype and working model was developed for Lapp Structures, a shed manufacturer in New Holland, PA. The 3D Shed Customizer can be seen at http://www.rickslawnfurniture.com/3d-shed-customizer. A shed business in Colorado will soon have a 3D Customizer for their selection of sheds too. The program is carefully tailored to reflect each business's products and logos.
The most recent version of the interactive 3D Customizer was developed for Play Mor Swing Sets, a wooden swing set manufacturing company based in Ohio and serving over 50 dealers across the continent. Having the 3D Customizer on their website will enable potential customers to design and construct possible swing sets from Play Mor's diverse selection of options. They plan to make their 3D Customizer and the ability to edit prices online available to each of their dealers. Interact with Play Mor Swing Set 3D Customizer at http://www.playmorswingsets.com/3d-swing-set-customizer.
This easy-to-use program can be enjoyed from the comfort of the customers' homes or while with a sales representative. While customers are building a shed or swing set, the 3D Customizer automatically creates an itemized price list as items are added and removed from the set, making it simple for people to build according to budget. The program allows people to make their selections at a leisurely pace, then email an automatically generated order to the company. This concise process enhances the communication between businesses and their customers.
Extensive care is put into fine-tuning the colors and textures making the graphic quality of the three dimensional images look stunningly real to life. The whole layout of the program is custom made to be very user friendly for all ages. In the future, an offline version will also be available for rural sales lots without an internet connection.
Developer Alexander Mong of Quessity knows the need for a tool such as the 3D Customizer first hand. “I used to sell swing sets and sheds. It was sometimes hard to be sure all parties were picturing the same final product,” says Mong. “Now that I’ve been working for Quessity, I’ve had the opportunity to develop the tool I wish I would have had when I was working with customers.”
Designing the 3D Customizer for sheds and swing sets is “only the start,” says Mong. A 3D Object Spinner is also available for businesses who want their customers to be able to view non customizable products from all angles. Quessity has been creatively exploring the dimensions of possibility. If businesses are interested in taking their company to a new dimension by adding a 3D Customizer to their website, more information can be found at http://www.3d-customizer.com.