Digital scrapbooker company Digital Ocean is launching a new online platform that allows anyone to create digital scrapbooks from scratch.
Digital Ocean’s new platform, which it has dubbed Digital Scrapbooking, allows anyone with an internet connection to create a digital scrap book for just £2.
Digital Scraps are used to create artworks, books and other digital assets, and can be sold as scrapbooklets.
They can be made from the scrapbook material, or even printed from scratch and then sold as artworks or bookmarks, as Digital Ocean’s founder and chief executive, Michael Lee, explained.
“If you need a scrapbook, or you want to print out a scrap book and send it out for sale, Digital Scratchbooking is the platform for you,” Lee said.
The company’s platform will allow users to create scrapbooks of any size, including single prints, books, posters, stickers, stickers with text and more.
“We’re not going to go into the whole business of creating artworks and selling them as scrapbooks, because we’re not doing that,” Lee explained.
“But, if you’re just interested in a scrap, or a print, or whatever, we’ll let you create a scrap.”
Then you can print it out, and then sell it.
You can sell it as scrap, and it’s just that simple.
You print it, you cut it out and you sell it, so it’s not too complicated.
“Digital ScrapBooking is available to users in the UK and the US, as well as Australia, New Zealand, Canada and New Zealand.”
Digital Ocean has launched a website where users can upload their scrapbook files and make payments to creators.””
There’s an owner, you go in, buy a vehicle, then you go out and buy a new one.”
Digital Ocean has launched a website where users can upload their scrapbook files and make payments to creators.
“When you buy something, you need to pay for the item,” Lee added.
“You pay a lot of money to the manufacturer, you pay a bunch of money for the car, so if you have a car that needs replacing, you would buy that replacement car.”
Lee told Business Insiders that he believes digital scrap books are one of the next big digital technologies.
“It’s really exciting because it’s a really new medium for us,” he said.
“We think it will be the future of art.”