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I’m a major fan of online design software that enables anyone to design clothing, shoes, etc.  If one doesn’t find a particular style of clothing or shoe (decorated apparel, etc.), they can simply go online and design/personalize or customize and purchase it, whether a basic design or a major brand…

The really neat thing about it is that some online design platforms and brands allow for marketing of customers’ and/or affiliates’ unique designs and even offer platforms for customer and/or affiliate online stores, which reel in profits for all parties, the customer and/or affiliate designers and those brands or platforms, like Print MojoLogo Software, etc…

To improve upon this, brands could occasionally offer design contests and make several variations of their logos, and numerous abstract photographs and electronic patterns available for customer and affiliate designers to work with from their own personal accounts.

These platforms and brands could further advance their initiatives by marketing really great or best selling customer and/or affiliate designs in their major online and physical stores.

Customer and affiliate designer programs would secure steady and ample ideas for brands to produce and market, brands like Adidas, Reebok, Nike, and Converse, and even brands like Nina, which specializes in design of shoes, jewelry, and purses…

Other fashion retailers, like Nordstrom, Macy’s, etc. could also incorporate apparel design software into their company websites for customer and/or affiliate use in designing women’s, men’s, and children’s shirts, skirts, trousers, etc., also making numerous patterns and fabric options available for use to affiliate designers…

Online design software is great for business, and could be all the more with implementation of the suggested improvements, which could further alleviate demand for or on staffed designers, and by providing open opportunity to essentially anyone with a sense of style.

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