Cycling clothing company Mt Borah has rolled out a 3D design approval form to help customers see how their custom designs will look before they go into production.
Previously, customers have had to envision what their finished design would look like from a one-dimensional sketch. The new 3D software aims to help customers address any unforeseen design issues early on.
The 3D design form is the brainchild of Brandon Brye, one of the company’s graphic designers. “Brandon asked us one day if he could play around with some 3D stuff. We said ‘sure’ and what he came back with blew us all away,” said Chris Jackson, company owner.
“With a click of the mouse, we are now able to present our clients with an incredible tool to view their design. This really is significant for our clients,” Chris added.