Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2014
MailPix.com, the photo-printing and gifting site, announced a new logo, which was designed and selected by users and fans. The new logo was designed by a CrowdSpring.com user and chosen by the company’s Facebook fans.
“This experience was really about listening to customers and gathering feedback,” says Fred H. Lerner, founder and CEO, MailPix. “The fascinating take-away is the fact our customers understand our brand so well. They know MailPix provides prints from mobile phones, instantly.”
The CrowdSpring listing attracted 191 design concepts from 49 designers, and the Facebook post was the most-popular in the two-year history of the company.
MailPix mobile app portfolio includes:
MailPix.com is the pre-eminent site for printing photos instantly at thousands of retailers from your phone app or PC and also offers convenient mail-to-home. MailPix preserves photo memories as photo books, canvas, prints, cards, enlargements and other photo gift products featuring free lifetime storage. We are seamlessly integrated to print your or your friends’ 240 Billion+ Facebook and Instagram photos…and photos from any phone, device or computer. MailPix offices are located in Huntington Beach, Calif.
Fred H. Lerner is the founder and CEO of MailPix, his latest startup. He previously founded Ritz Interactive which included RitzCamera.com, WolfCamera.com and others. Fred also founded two imaging companies which was acquired by Kodak and became the CEO of Kodak Processing Labs. He is a Hall of Fame recipient at the United Nations’ International Photographic Council and Past President of the Photo Marketing Association International.
Peter Tahmin, co-founder and COO of MailPix.com, was the former vice president at Ritz Camera & Image and co-founder, senior vice president and COO of the Ritz Interactive e-commerce network, which included RitzCamera.com, WolfCamera.com, BoatersWorld.com and others. He brings 20 years of e-commerce experience and a lifetime of imaging industry experience to MailPix.