Whether you’re in the packaging industry, web-to-print industry or creating secure identification documents, the software revolutionizes the way content is presented to customers.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 01, 2016
DaVinci Designer (DaVinci), developed by Opensoft Inc., will demonstrate its web-to-print customization application at Graph Expo 16, the largest and most comprehensive exhibition and conference for the graphic communications industry.
Returning for the second year, DaVinci Designer will be introducing the latest updates to its online designer and PDF builder tool. For print industry professionals, the web-to-print tool provides an all-in-one solution to several pain points.
“Whether you’re in the packaging industry, web-to-print industry or creating secure identification documents, the software revolutionizes the way content is presented to customers,” shared Jeff Aragon, director of sales, DaVinci Designer.
The software’s intuitive designer allows users of all levels to add enhanced finishes directly to a design. Edits sync in real-time and are instantly displayed on realistic 3D proofs, effectively eliminating the oftentimes lengthy and expensive process of producing physical proofs.
“Having to learn and install costly design software to design enhanced finishes is not practical for typical web-to-print or short run transactions,” Aragon explained. “DaVinci’s web browser user interface adds special effects like texture, foiling and spot UV with the click of a mouse.”
DaVinci’s interactive proofer also animates the folding and unfolding of packages and other 3D objects, and is capable of producing high resolution, print-ready PDF files.
DaVinci Designer looks forward to Graph Expo 16, taking place from Sept. 25-28 at Orange County Convention Center – North in Orlando, Fla. For a live demonstration, email at info(at)poweredbydavinci(dot)com or visit booth 2225.
About DaVinci Designer
DaVinci Designer is a wholly owned subsidiary of Opensoft Inc., located in Las Vegas, Nev. Opensoft Inc. has advanced technologies for the print industry and extensive experience in developing print software for managing print processes at every stage of selling, manufacturing and fulfillment.