do you moo?
June 12, 2007 § 1 Comment
I just found out about moo, and thought maybe some other people would be interested in it as well. Moo is a company that is linked up with various other sites like flickr and livejournal to produce minicards and notecards.
I just ordered some minicards to serve as business cards. Since I don’t have them yet, what’s pictured here are some other people’s examples:
While there are lots of other ways to go about printing your pictures onto cards of varying sizes, I found moo quite appealing. First of all, it’s so easy to use. Since it’s linked up with flickr, all my photos were already there and available for me to chose from. It’s a drag and drop method to select your photos. Once you’ve selected your photos, they even have some basic editing tools. (You could get technical if you want by pre-editing your images) Second, if you’re making minicards, you can select up to 100 different photos for 100 different cards. That option wasn’t for me, but hey, it’s a possibility, and that’s cool. Finally, for a basic program, they offer a lot of flexibility in terms of what you can print on the backside of your card. With other basic programs like this one, you would have to give moo credit somewhere on the card, and that really takes away from it’s cuteness.
So, do you moo?