WHCC Studio iPad app is designed to support your sales sessions. Features include slideshows, image rating, image comoarison, wall collage design, and a full integration with all of WHCC Wall Display products. Getting set up with Studio takes less than 10 minutes and includes just a couple of easy steps! Follow along below and click through to our more detailed tutorials if you have questions!
What You Will Need
- Your WHCC Account Number and Password.
- A logo file, preferably PNG or JPG.
- A hex value to use as an accent color.
- A folder of images saved as JPG in an RGB colorspace.
- (Optional) An image of a room in your home or studio, or a room in your your clients home.
To begin setting up your Studio profile, go to the Studio Homepage and log in to your WHCC Account.
Once you are logged in, click on the Studio Settings tab. We recommend setting up your branding, as customizations you make here will be visit within the Studio iPad App. Use the items 2+3 from the list above to make your app custom to your brand.
Note: At this point you can complete your profile by customizing the options under Products + Pricing and Business, however these are not neccessary for you to begin using the Studio iPad App.
Once you are finished with Branding, click Save and then navigate to your projects by clicking the My Projects button in the top right or top left of your screen.
The My Projects section of your WHCC Studio is where your images will live. Once you create a project and load a gallery of images, it will be visible on your Studio iPad app, as well as available for sharing on the web. Start by clicking New Project and following the prompts to name your project and upload your images.
Open the Studio App on your iPad and log in with your WHCC credentials. The project you just loaded will be visible and you can begin to explore the app features.
A fun feature to explore in the Studio app is the custom scenes for your wall collages. Use an image of your studio or home, or of your clients home, and design a wall collage directly onto it. The first step is to add that image to your iPad Camera Roll or your Dropbox account. Once there, you can upload it as a background inside the app.