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This Wiki is a Knowledge Base on how to use the Studio effectively. Use this as a guide to help you create ecards with the fullest extent of your creativity. You can also contribute by sharing tips, and personal experiences by emailing us at email@example.com.
Creativity is innate in human nature. We've been creating art in caves since prehistoric ages. Everyone doodles in meetings, kids create art with finger paintings, there's always that artist trying to get out from within us. 123Greetings Studio allows you to put them all up online and unleash your creativity.
123Greetings Studio is for everyone. We understand that creativity can come from anywhere: stay-at-home moms, musicians, writers, scrap-booking hobbyists, graphic artists, students, designers… the list is endless. If you're into art and design and want to participate and have fun, the Studio is for you.
The Studio is a 'platform' for artists, designers, writers, and musicians and also the untapped, unsung artist in you. You can share your artwork with users from around the world in the form of ecards. The Studio enables you to create and upload your ecards onto our platform, which has the potential to reach out to 91 million visitors. Once users start sending these ecards to their friends and relatives, you get to earn accolades.
The Studio is a place to channel your creativity and market yourself as a creative person. You can market your ecard through your own blogs, use them as virtual calling cards, or have them as a part of your portfolio for potential clients or employers to take a look at.
Working with the Studio
- Basic Requirements
- Before You Get Started
- Making the Ecard
- Putting it Together
- Getting Listed
- Trouble Shooting
- Tips and Tricks
- Flash Card Guidelines
- Do's and Don'ts
- Making Changes
- Card Types
- File Size
- FPS Rate
- Font Color
Contribute to the Wiki
Make this document better!
This Wiki is compiled and maintained by the Studio team and artists who use the Studio. It is a comprehensive guide to the Studio platform. Here you can share tips and tricks, learn the step-by-step process of ecard-making, and take a look at what best practices are.
How to contribute
To contribute to the Studio Wiki please email your suggestions and content to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have tips, personal experiences, or anything else that you'd like to share with your fellow artists, send us an email and we'll incorporate that into the Wiki.
You can also post your questions or problems you’ve encountered to the Studio forums.
In case you are not able to get an answer to your query, kindly post the same to the forums or forward it to
email@example.com. We will get in touch with you at the earliest!
If you have a specific requirement, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details. We will get in touch with you at the earliest!