Stylists & fashion designers
Put together, collect products, images, and colors, and create collection books and overviews.
Here are the main issues related to the production of collection books and overviews in the fashion and design industry
- Quickly modify images
- Gather fragmented information
- Have a clean and readable final product
- Produce faster, save time
- Easily produce collection books overviews
Find out more about our solutions for the fashion and fabric industry
We have developed J2S Template Maker which is an extension for Adobe Illustrator that enables the creation of lightweight Illustrator documents that can be easily updated in a collaborative process.
Our solution is adapted to the requirements and problems of stylists and product managers wishing to create collection books and overviews.
Save time and increase your productivity
Speed up the production of media and increase the amount of time spent on high-creative tasks.
Automate all your documents
Choose from a variety of models to meet your specific needs.
Improve precision and accuracy
Gain accuracy and precision on the information sent: image, description, SKU, reference, price, Pantone…
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