We are proud to announce the all-new beta version of AtomicWraps.com, an online interactive web application that allows our customers to customize their racecar wrap. With an easy to use 4-step process, we have made it easier than ever to get one of the highest quality wraps on the market. Dan Gill and Michael Adderley – owner and lead designer at Revolt Visual, LLC first came up with the concept at the end of the 2013 race season and knew that with the advances in printing technology,and the popularity of web-based applications, that now was the time to create a tool that the average racer could use.
“We’ve done extensive user-testing over the last 2 months to make sure we have an intuitive user interface and secure platform for clients to customize their racecars who might not be able to physically drop their cars off at the shop. We understand that getting sponsors together, building cars, and trying to do everything else doesn’t leave many teams much time to get their cars wrapped and we hate to see blank racecars with duct tape numbers” says Adderley.
Phase 1 was launched with the idea that the users would provide feedback on what needs to be improved and what things are working well. Equipped with lots of analytic software, we will be able to see exactly how people are interacting with our platform. Over the next few months, we will also be launching a fully customizable template editor which will allow users to click on different parts of the wrap and change colors, type in live text on the templates, choose from various fonts and number styles, and move sponsor logos around the cars. This is going to help speed up the entire process which typically takes about 2 days after you consider the design time, printing, laminating and application.
“We are aiming at being able to push an order out the door in under 2 hours. We want to be able to receive an order, send a design proof back to the customer, print, laminate and ship all within that time frame. We just purchased a 62″ Roland wide-format printer that is more than capable of handling this type of volume, and we plan on proving it” says Gill.
Check out our beta version at atomicwraps.com