We already have a useable ZenCart website that we want to keep. It is working well and has thousands of products.
We sell personalised invitations and cards that we print for our customers. We want to add an online "Personalised" Editor to our site so that customers can edit photos and text on these cards and then submit their order. The file will be saved to an "orders" folder as a PDF file so that we can edit it if [url removed, login to view] file will not be flattened (we can still edit the photos included/uploaded and the text typed in by the customer.
Customers will be able to choose from a limited range of colours and fonts for the text as well as limited range of font sizes and line spacing. They will also be able to change their photo to greyscale and sepia.
Accuracy is very important as is cross browser functionality. Ease of use for the customer and the way it looks is also very important. We will provide mockups of how we want the screen to display.
If you feel you can do this, please send through an email with your experience etc and we will provide our website address and another site that already has this functionality.
We are willing to pay a good price to someone who communicates well, has clean coding and can work quickly and autonomously. Please dont give unrealistic quotes - we know how much work this will require and we know when we are being ripped off.
Look forward to working with you.
Please see tinyprints.com site for an example
Hello, We are professional developers with similar development expertise. We assure you best quality designs/work with unlimited number of revisions. Please view PMB for details. Thanks
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we can do this, please check PMB for portfolio and further discussions. Please note Bid is tentative right now and will be finalized after discussions. thanks, Influxive Technologies