Design steps - or customization steps - allow you to tailor designs by changing colors and prints, or adding graphics and text.
What you need to know about design steps
Before you start, it might be good to know that there is a total of seven design steps currently available across the Brikl platform.
Design steps can be added or removed on a product or shop level. Steps that are defined on a shop level will apply to all your products. When you define a step on a product level, it will overwrite the steps on the shop level.
Once you have added your a design step on product level, the design steps on shop level will no longer be applicable.
Design steps you add, will appear in the Design Studio.
How do you access, create and use design steps?
3D or 2D?
The default state of the studio is to display 3D products. However, with the configurator, you can also enable a 2D view.
2D views are used either in combination with the pattern overlay design step or in the case of a 2D design image.
Add to cart or submit inquiry?
In the Design Step configuration panel, you can also select the option to add a 'Submit inquiry' form - which is a request for a quotation - or add to cart.
Sort your design steps
Design steps can be sorted using the input box below the name of each step.
What designs steps can you add?
Color design step
Print design step
Text design step
You can also assign a color palette to a text. Make sure to select the default option. Read more on how to create a color palette for text.
Image design step
Read our guide on how to use an image design step here.
Placeholder design step
Personalization design step
Pattern overlay design step
Customers can create a design in Illustrator based on a production pattern, export as a PNG from Illustrator, and upload to Brikl. Read more on how to set them up.
Contact Brikl to find out more.