Top 5 Design Softwares for Creating Products (2023)

Top 5 Design Softwares for Creating Products (2023)

Whether you’re just starting your ecommerce journey or you’re an experienced seller you need a way to design your products.  That’s where design softwares comes into play.  Design software allows you to create that unique design you’ve had in the back of your mind and place it onto a product your customers will love. 

The only problem is how do you choose from the ever growing list of design applications?  When they all have so many different features, purposes and prices it can be hard to know which is the right one to choose.  That’s why we created this guide on our top five favorite design softwares so that you can find the software that best suits your needs.

When choosing the best design applications we based our choices off of a few important features including ease-of-use, capability, price, and mobility. 

Ease-of-use is rated on how quickly you can learn the software and how quickly you can start creating with it.  Capability refers to how much control and versatility the software offers.  Price is an important aspect because if you’re just starting out you might be more interested in keeping your costs low but if you’re already experiencing high volume it might be time to upgrade to one of the more expensive options.  Some applications you can use anywhere anytime even from your phone and some are limited to a desktop or laptop resulting in various levels of mobility.  With this in mind let’s look at our first option on our list. 

Canva is a favorite among students, beginners and professionals alike. People love it because of its simplicity and ease-of-use, and its many templates that help you to design everything from presentations and infographics, to that million dollar product design. It’s also web-based which means you can access your designs from any device anywhere!



Intutive and easy-to-use


Many design templates 


Budget Friendly


Easy Collaboration


Many stock elements, graphics, photos, etc.


Web-based so you can access your designs anywhere


Free plan is very limited

Unable to copy designs onto other designs

Limited creativity and use

Less control than other softwares

Limited intellectual property rights

Photoshop 19.99/month (includes Lightroom)

Adobe Photoshop has been around for a long time now and for good reason. It’s a powerful application with many use case. You can also get Adobe Lightroom as an added bonus which is great if you’re interested in learning photography.



Surplus of features, tools, and capabilites


Multitude of file formatting options


Easty to scale and size designs


Adobe is an industry standard; there products work well together


Great support and online forums/tutorials


Lightroom is a great bonus for those interested in photography


Steep learning curve

Subscription based plan can be costly

Large application size

More difficult to collaborate with

Not great for vector graphics

Illustrator $20.99/month

Next up also from Adobe is Illustrator. Widely popular among graphic designers, Illustrator allows you to create amazing graphics with ease. Illustrator specializes in vector graphics which allow you to scale and resize a design without losing quality.



Multitude of features and tools


Vector based design software makes scaling easy


File recovery


Image tracing tools


iPad application


Can work on multiple designs at once


Works well with other Adobe products


Subscription based plan can be costly

Large application size

Steep learning curve

Teams feature is expensive

Easier with drawing tablet which adds to cost

Coreldraw $22.42/month or $549 one-time purchase

Coreldraw is an application that’s popular among manufacturers creating engraved or print designs. It’s very robust and customizable and unlike the adobe softwares it has a on-time purchase option available.



Professional-level software with unique features


Customizable layout makes finding tools easier


Many training videos available


Flexible and versatile


Dynamic Asset Management


One-time purchase option saves money in the long run


Able to share design elements easily with others


Print Preview isn’t accurate

Compatability issues when using multiple apps

Steep learning curve

Ease-of-use issues

Limited intellectual property rights

Procreate $12.99 one-time purchase

Procreate is popular among Apple users because of its low price and because it was made to be used with iPad. And because it’s made for iPad that means it’s extremely mobile allowing you to create designs while traveling or from room to room. 



Designed for iPad


Highly-responsive brush technology


Intuitive Interface


Customizable tools and canvas sizes


Inexpensive, one-time purchase


Very mobile, easy to travel with


iPhone version available as well


Steep learning curve

Only available on Apple products

Limited use-case; not great for web design

Less control than other softwares

No masks, vectors or adjustment layers

When deciding which design software to use it’s important to think about what to do you need right now.  Are you looking to create products as fast as possible?  Then Canva is your best option.  Do you love Apple products and enjoy using pens to draw with?  Then Procreate is the pick for you.  Or maybe you want power and versatility and don’t mind taking the time to learn a new software then Photoshop, Illustrator or CorelDraw would be great for you.  Whatever you decide keep in mind you can always switch to a different application later and also that any of these will be able to create winning designs. 

To make things even easier we recommend using designs from a site such as Creative Fabrica. You will still need an application like Canva or Photoshop to resize the designs but Creative Fabrica has thousands of elements, images, fonts, symbols and done-for-you designs that are ready to be placed on any product you’re wanting to sell.

The Benefits of Product Bundling with Print on Demand

The Benefits of Product Bundling with Print on Demand

Selling items in the print on demand space can be a highly rewarding experience but without the right strategies, the profit margins can be small. Creating product bundles is a great way to boost your margins. 

Bundling is an effective marketing strategy that has been used for decades in many industries to boost sales, increase revenue and build customer loyalty. The print on demand space is no exception. Bundling products increases sales and gives the customer better value for their dollar. 

What is product bundling?

Product bundling is when a seller creates a package or “bundle” of products that go well together. For example, a seller could combine a baby bib, onesie and blanket into one order and market it as the “baby shower package.” Sellers frequently offer discounts or benefits for customers who purchase bundles of products.

Pros of Bundling

  1. Increased Sales and Revenue

By offering customers a bundle of products that complement each other, businesses can increase the perceived value of their products and incentivize customers to buy more at once. This can also help businesses differentiate themselves from competitors to better stand out in the market.

  1. More Convenient Shopping Experience

Bundling can make the shopping experience more convenient for customers. Instead of searching for individual products, customers can purchase a bundle that contains everything they need in one package. For example, if you are selling t-shirts, bundling them with matching hats or accessories can be a convenient option for customers.

  1. Increased Perceived Value

Bundling products can increase the perceived value of the products being sold, leading to increased revenue. This is particularly true when bundling complementary products that are commonly used together, such as a mug and a coaster, or a phone case and a screen protector.

  1. Customization and Personalization

Bundling products can offer a unique opportunity for customization and personalization. By bundling products together that can be personalized, customers can create a one-of-a-kind product that suits their specific needs and preferences. This can make the product more valuable to the customer.

Cons of Bundling

  1. Complex Pricing Strategies

Bundling can make pricing strategies more complex. Businesses need to consider the cost of each product as well as the cost of bundling them together. This can make it more difficult to determine the optimal price point for a bundle.

A good rule of thumb for determining product bundle pricing is to combine the price of all products and remove a percentage to create an incentivizing discount for the customer. Shopify recommends creating a discount of 5-10% for product bundles.

  1. Increased Complexity in Fulfillment

Bundling products can also lead to increased complexity in fulfillment. Fulfillment centers and shipping providers may not have the necessary processes in place to bundle products together, which can result in longer fulfillment times and increased shipping costs. This can also result in potential errors or mistakes in fulfillment. 

In the print on demand space this could also mean that the business has used multiple products from different fulfillment centers which would lead to the items in the bundle arriving in separate packages and at different times.

Sellers can overcome this challenge by being open with the customer about potential shipping delays and only creating product bundles with products from the same manufacturer whenever possible.

  1. Limited Flexibility for Customers

Bundling products can limit flexibility for customers who may only want to purchase a specific product or have already purchased one of the bundled products. This can make it challenging to sell bundled products to certain customers, leading to lost sales and revenue.

Sellers can avoid this issue by offering products both in the bundle and separate. This way customers can choose what best fits their needs.

Bundling with Quadra

Quadra just had a large launch of 50+ products on the Quadra Marketplace app and many of the products can be used for bundles!

Here are some bundles you could sell in your store today!

Car Bundle

  • Car mats
  • Car ornament

Spring has arrived and it is the perfect time to start preparing for your summer road trips. Bundle together the brand-new car mats on the Quadra app. We have a set of car mats for the front and rear of any standard vehicle. Add a matching car ornament to the bundle to sweeten the deal. 

Baby Bundle

  • Baby bib
  • Baby blanket

Baby showers are a perfect occasion for bundling products. Bundles make it easier for guests to choose the perfect gift for the new parents without having to spend lots of time shopping. These customizable print on demand baby products are sure to catch your customer’s attention! Imagine the baby’s name and a custom pattern on a baby bib or blanket.

Pet Bundle

  • Pet mat
  • Pet collar 
  • Pet bandana

There is nothing a bet owner loves more than spoiling their furry friends. Bundling a customized pet mat with a pet collar and bandana is the perfect way to attract any pet owner.

Dropshipping: Too Good To Be True?

Dropshipping: Too Good To Be True?

Dropshipping is quickly gaining popularity in the ecommerce world and many Shopify and Etsy sellers are beginning to adopt this method. The promise of low risk sales, more flexibility, easy scalability and more can all sound too good to be true, but is it? 

What is dropshipping?

In traditional commerce, sellers are responsible for every step in the order fulfillment process. This means sellers often need to maintain a warehouse where they store their inventory, handle supply chain operations, and manage shipping. This puts the seller at risk because they’ll lose money if they aren’t able to sell the product.

Dropshipping is a supply-chain-management technique where the seller does not produce or store product, instead they list other manufacturer’s or wholesaler’s products in their store and send the order and shipment details to the manufacturer or wholesaler after the product has been purchased by a customer. 

This method mitigates much of the risk for sellers and helps suppliers get more sales, so all parties benefit.

Dropshipping requires three parties:

  1. The seller

The individual listing the products in their store.

  1. The supplier

This could be a manufacturer, wholesaler, or another online retailer.

  1. The customer

The individual who purchases the product from the seller.

The four basic steps of dropshipping are:

  1. Seller lists a supplier’s product in their store
  2. Customer places an order for the product
  3. Seller sends the order information to supplier 
  4. Supplier prepares the customer’s order
  5. Supplier ships the order directly to customer

Dropshippers choose products they love, list them on their store, market those products to their audience, and handle customer relations. This simplified form of ecommerce comes with some incredible benefits, especially for entrepreneurs with low capital who want to spend less time worrying about operations.


Low start-up costs:

One of the most significant advantages of dropshipping is the low start-up costs. As a seller, you don’t have to purchase inventory upfront, which means you do not need to have a physical store or warehouse to store your products. 

Reduced risk:

Dropshipping reduces the risk of unsold inventory because sellers only pay for inventory after it has sold. In traditional retail models, sellers often buy a large amount of inventory, and if those products do not sell, they incur significant losses. 

Flexibility and scalability:

Dropship sellers can offer a wide range of products without having to keep them in stock. This means that sellers can quickly and easily add new, unique products to their online stores to expand their product lines and increase sales.

Location independence:

Dropshipping allows sellers to operate their businesses from anywhere in the world. Sellers don’t need a physical store or warehouse, they just need access to the internet!


Dropshipping does present a few challenges that, although easy to overcome, entrepreneurs should consider before adopting this model.

Low profit margins:

Dropship sellers can’t take advantage of bulk pricing or economies of scale so they have to pay a higher price per unit for each product they sell. Additionally, because the competition is high in the dropshipping industry, sellers may have to lower their prices to remain competitive, reducing their profit margins.

Dropship sellers can overcome this challenge by selling unique products that have limited competition in the marketplace. Customers have been proven to pay more for products that are unique.

No control over product quality:

Dropship sellers aren’t involved in the creation of the product, so they don’t have control over the quality of the product . The manufacturer or supplier may ship faulty or low-quality products, which can lead to negative customer feedback and loss of business. 

Sellers can mitigate this risk by taking time to research a manufacturer’s failure rate and checking their reviews before forming a partnership. Past performance is a great indicator of future success.

Shipping delays:

Dropship sellers are dependent on a supplier to fulfill orders, which means the seller has little control over the shipping process. Shipping delays are a common issue in dropshipping, as the supplier may take longer than expected to ship the product to the customer. 

To balance this, many sellers search reviews to find reliable manufacturers or change their store’s shipping policy to account for the possibility of long shipping times.

Lack of brand control:

Because the dropship sellers aren’t involved in the shipping process, they have limited control over the customer experience and branding of their store. This can reduce the number of repeat customers.

Sellers can overcome this by increasing the number of customer touch points they have. For example, the seller could email their customers after their order has been delivered asking about the quality and thanking them for making the purchase. Going the extra mile helps customers remember a company, even when the shipping package isn’t branded.

How you can get started:

Dropshipping is a great business model for entrepreneurs who are looking to start an online store without having to worry about manufacturing, shipping and inventory. By partnering with a reliable supplier, these entrepreneurs can focus on building their brand, attracting customers and developing relationships with suppliers. 

Although dropshipping presents it’s own set of challenges, sellers can easily overcome them and find success through this ecommerce method.

If you want to learn more about dropshipping and/or print on demand, visit to watch Quadra’s free masterclass and get started as a seller today!

Using Social Media as an Ecommerce Seller

Using Social Media as an Ecommerce Seller

In the digital age, shopping isn’t the only online activity. In fact, since the launch of Facebook in 2004, social media activity has risen every year. Currently it is estimated that over half of the global population log on to a social media platform daily.

Within the scope of ecommerce, social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and even TikTok can be used to help promote products, raise brand awareness and engage with the consumer on a more interpersonal level.

Using these platforms can help smaller online stores market to a larger audience and locate members of their niche from around the globe. While social media platforms offer paid advertising opportunities, certain algorithms will show unpaid (organic) content to millions of users for no ad spend.

It’s important to know how these platform’s algorithms work for creating social media strategies. Below we’ve outlined benefits and tips for several major social media platforms.   


If you’re looking to launch a paid-ads campaign, i.e., you pay for your content to be promoted, Facebook is your place. Here’s why:

  • Facebook ads reach 33.3% of the global population over age 13
  • The average price per ad decreased 18% in Q3 2022
  • 37% of Facebook users will make a purchase on the platform in 2023
  • 19% of U.S. consumers start their online shopping search on Facebook
  • The average Facebook page in the retail industry sees 974,000 impressions per month

Additionally, Facebook allows you to reach a diverse audience. Reach specific generations, religions, races and nationalities with simple targeting. That’s because Facebook has a huge, diverse range of users.

  • 70% of US adults use Facebook
  • 56.6% of Facebook’s ad audience are men
  • 49% of Americans say that they visit the social media platform several times a day
  • Facebook usage is an even split between Democrats and Republicans
  • Facebook is the favorite social platform of the 35-44 demographic
  • 7% of Gen Z users plan to quit Facebook in 2023


Being owned by Meta (Facebook’s dd company), Instagram shares a lot of similarities to Facebook. In fact, if you’re using one platform, you should consider using both as the platforms allow for cross posting of posts, stories and reels. Both platforms also allow advertising through Meta Business Suite.

However, they have a fair amount of differences. Instagram is considered to be more visual, with a greater emphasis on photos’ graphics and reels. While running paid ads is still an option, this algorithm caters more to organic content than Facebook. 

Instagram also has a different expected user base than Facebook, and tends to appeal to a younger audience. With that, one can expect the use of social media trends to play a significant role in content performance. Below is some more information about Instagram’s users:

  • 47% of American adults use Instagram.
  • 52.2% of Instagram’s audience identifies as male
  • Instagram is Gen Z’s second favorite social platform
  • 61% of 12-to-17-year-olds use Instagram weekly
  • Instagram accounted for 17% of the time U.S. adults spent on social media in 2022


Twitter is a microblogging site that boasts more than 300 million users; however, it functions differently than any other major platform. Twitter highlights trends and shows users tweets based on what the accounts they follow are engaging with.

There are several strategies to improve post performance on Twitter. Some accounts maintain their brand voice while focusing on engaging content, while others, such as Wendy’s, use a completely different approach, using humor to build relatability. Below are some different ways to market using tweets:

  • Have an engaging profile, unique bio and eye-catching header image
  • Show personality when engaging with your audience
  • Run a Twitter poll
  • Retweet relevant content, and add a personal touch
  • Develop and use creative hashtags

Content isn’t the only way Twitter stands out as a platform. Twitter also has a different user base than other platforms. A breakdown of Twitter’s user demographics is below:

  • Most Twitter users are between the ages of 25 and 34
  • 56.4% of Twitter users identify as male
  • 1/4 of all American men use Twitter
  • The number of teens who use Twitter has decreased


TikTok has taken off in recent years due to its algorithm, which allows any video to be promoted and “go viral.” It’s because of this that, while paid TikTok ads are a great option, a business can find organic success with no ad spend. 

Additionally, TikTok is a powerful app for social media marketing. Here’s why your brand could benefit from creating TikTok content:

  • TikTok is the top app for consumer spending
  • 67% of users say TikTok inspires them to shop
  • TikTok ads reach 17.9% of all internet users aged 18+
  • TikTok boasts the highest engagement rate of any platform, with an average user session of 10.85 minutes

Lastly, as the user base for TikTok continues to grow, so does the demographics of its users. With more than 3 billion downloads, here is the rundown on TikTok Users:

  • TikTok has over one billion active users
  • TikTok is now more popular than Instagram among Gen Z users in the US
  • In the U.S., 61% of TikTok users are women

As you can see, social media is a powerful tool for marketing brands of all sizes and industries. Social media could be just the resource you’re looking for to grow your business’s audience and get more sales than ever before.

If you want to learn more about using social media for print on demand or ecommerce, check out for hours of video training.

*Statistics Provided By HootSuite

What is Affiliate Marketing?

What is Affiliate Marketing?

You’ve likely seen social media influencers create posts and videos about products they love, but did you know that they get paid every time you purchase a product they recommend? This is called affiliate marketing and it’s one of the most profitable marketing methods today. 

Many people falsely believe that they need a large social media following or vast marketing experience to become an affiliate, but anyone can make money as an affiliate if they use the right strategies. Here’s how: 

Affiliate marketing happens when an affiliate, i.e., you, an influencer, or even another company, shares a product or service with others through a unique link to a company’s website. A percentage of any sale made through the link is given to the affiliate. 

For example, if you love a specific t-shirt and want everyone to know how much better it is than other t-shirts, you could become an affiliate for that brand. You would sign up for the brand’s affiliate program, get your own unique link to the product, and share the link with your friends, family, social media followers, etc. Sometimes affiliate programs even offer discounts for individuals purchasing through an affiliate link. You’ll get paid every time someone makes a purchase using your link, and you’ll get the satisfaction of sharing one of your favorite products.

Affiliate marketing requires three parties: 

  1. The company to provide the product or service
  2. The affiliate to promote the product or service
  3. The consumers to purchase the product or service

Occasionally there is a fourth party: An affiliate marketplace. Affiliate marketplaces are like the eBay or Amazon of affiliate marketing. Companies list their offers in affiliate marketplaces and affiliates use the marketplaces to compare and choose offers that align with their interests and goals.

Why become an affiliate? 

There are many reasons for affiliate marketing’s recent rise in popularity. Here are a few:

  1. Easy to start

Becoming an affiliate is as easy as finding an offer to promote and deciding how to share it with your audience. Affiliate marketplaces are a great place to start. They make the process of finding offers even easier by listing thousands of offers in one place. This way, you can quickly find companies that share your same values.

  1. Low-risk

Companies frequently provide a script and the other assets you’ll need to market their product. You don’t have to deal with creating marketing material, working with customers, or manufacturing or shipping products. You simply share the company’s content with your audience, and start collecting your commission. 

  1. Little to no experience necessary

Anyone can be an affiliate! You aren’t required to have a large following or specific training to join most affiliate programs. You can learn as you go with the brands there to support you!

  1. Wide variety of options

With nearly 80% of companies doing some type of affiliate marketing, there’s an affiliate offer for every affiliate marketer and for every type of product: Digital, physical, service, etc. You’ll never have to worry about being able to find companies you love

  1. Lucrative

Companies typically offer 25-75% commission for every product sold. Because products are sold in a wide range of prices, affiliates can earn anywhere from $1 to over $1000 for each sale. In addition, affiliate marketing requires little to no capital from the affiliate so it has unbeatable profit margins.

  1. Passive income

When you share your unique affiliate link in your YouTube videos, blog posts, emails, social media posts, etc., you are giving people a way to buy products from your link at any time. That means you can be making money while you do the dishes, walk your dog, work at another job, or anything else! As you grow your platform, you will be able to promote products and receive large volumes of sales without much work after the initial ad.

  1. Flexibility

Affiliate marketing can be done anywhere and anytime, so it compliments any schedule.

These are only a few of the incredible benefits you can gain from starting affiliate marketing. It could change your life! Are you ready to get started?

Getting started with affiliate marketing

  1. Find your niche. 

Do you love travel, reading, gardening, or painting? Maybe you’re really interested in cleaning and organization, or fixing up old cars. Just how there are companies who sell every type of product, there are countless people in the world who share your same interests and would love to read and watch content from you. If you already have an audience, great! If you don’t, no problem! Create a social media account, blog, email list, etc., and start creating all types of content. Your audience will come naturally.

  1. Pick affiliate offers

Decide where you are going to find products and services to advertise to your audience. There are two main options for this: First, go straight to a company you admire and join their affiliate program directly, or second, join an affiliate marketplace and choose from their selection of companies and offers.

  1. Start promoting

Most affiliate programs already have marketing materials ready for you to send to your audience or post on your platform. Once your affiliate link is created, you can start promoting those materials however you want!

From there, it’s all a matter of tracking your campaigns, growing your audience, and collecting that commission. 

Looking for an offer to start with? If you’re passionate about ecommerce, print on demand, and/or making automated income, consider joining Quadra’s affiliate program! 

Quadra affiliates promote Quadra’s free masterclass. During the free masterclass we teach the strategies our founders used to create a 7-figure ecommerce business and showcase Quadra Pro, a platform where ecommerce sellers can get valuable and ongoing ecommerce and print on demand trainings, low pricing on unique, customizable products, and a library of high-converting product designs. 

To make the process easier for you, we’ve already created the masterclass and all the marketing materials you’ll need to share it with your audience. All you have to do is send them your unique affiliate link.

The auto-webinar has a 41% show-up rate and a 15% conversion rate on cold traffic. This means that 15% of people who have never heard of Quadra watch the webinar and purchase the product. This is a much higher conversion rate than most products in our space which means you have a high chance of making commissions, even if you don’t have a large audience yet. 

You’ll earn 50% of sales generated through your affiliate link throughout our entire funnel. That’s up to $662 in commissions for each person who purchases from your link!

Affiliate marketing is a low risk, effective way to have another source of income. If you want more help getting started, click here to check out Quadra’s affiliate program.

What is Print on Demand?

What is Print on Demand?

If you’re in the ecommerce space, you’ve probably heard of print on demand, or POD, but you might not be sure what it is or how it could benefit you. Keep reading to learn how print on demand could help you establish or scale your ecommerce business.

Print on demand is a form of ecommerce selling where sellers connect with manufacturers who create white-label and easily-customizable products such as mugs, wall signs, and t-shirts. These sellers then upload their own custom designs on the products to sell in their stores. With print on demand, manufacturers only produce and ship products after they have been purchased. 

Print on demand products are fully customizable and unique so they stand out in the crowded ecommerce marketplace. That’s why print on demand could be the perfect next step for your business!

Why Customers Prefer Print on Demand

Your customers will love your print on demand product offerings! Not only will they benefit from the robust creative abilities and quality of the products, but they’ll also be able to request customizations personalized to their tastes. In fact, 1 in 5 customers are willing to pay up to 20% more for personalized products so this could significantly increase your profits.  

As a print on demand seller, you won’t have to worry about inventory or shipping products yourself! The traditional way to sell online is to find a product, order that product in bulk, and then start selling. This form of selling puts a lot of risk on your end. You could sell out within the first week or you could be left with hundreds of products still in your inventory at the end of six months. This reality makes selling online a large risk to small business owners and large CEOs alike.

Print on demand manufacturers take responsibility for maintaining stock of all their products so you have one less thing on your mind as you grow your business. They will also ship the product directly to your customer for you! This process is called dropshipping.  

Dropshipping creates a low point of entry for businesses, making it a great option if you are looking to start a business but you have limited capital. It also removes you from a number of the messier operation components of running a business so that you can focus on what you love such as creating designs, advertising, and/or expanding your brand.

A lady designing clothing for her business

Quadra Simplifies the Process

The benefits of print on demand are clear, but you might be asking yourself: Where do I find manufacturers? How do I make sure the manufacturers receive and print the right design? How do I know which products to launch? How do I know the manufacturer is reliable?

Quadra simplifies the process. Quadra builds the manufacturer relationships for you. All you have to do is select products from our extensive catalog of unique products, upload your own design onto the product of your choice, and launch it in your Shopify store. You only pay for products to be manufactured after a customer has purchased them. 

We send the product with its design to the manufacturer. The manufacturer prints the design on the product and ships the product directly to your customer. That’s all there is to it!

By using Quadra you get all of the benefits of print on demand such as spending more of your valuable time creating designs, marketing your products, and building your brand, without going through the hassles of starting a business. 

Subscribe to Quadra Pro and you’ll receive early access to unique products and manufacturer-volume pricing so you can save up to 50% compared to our free plan. Plus you’ll get access to training videos from Quadra’s Print on demand experts.