MOO launches Monogram portfolio app

Available to download free from the App store Monogram lets you showcase your work on the go in a visual story. For the full details read the official press release below:


A simple and beautiful way to share what you do

London, UK: One of the world’s best-loved business card brands, MOO, launches Monogram, a brand new mobile app for creative professionals seeking to quickly and easily showcase their work while on-the-go.

Part portfolio, part contact details, Monogram seeks to occupy the space between the simplicity of a business card and the richness of a website; all delivered on your mobile phone.

Creating a Monogram is simple and intuitive, with no need for WiFi. Monograms are made of cards. They can be assembled from your images, either via DropBox or your own camera roll and can include notes, cards, and links. Simply arrange them how you want and then save to your phone. You can also edit and change them while you’re out and about.

Monogram links are also easily sharable so you can pass your work on directly to prospective clients or co-collaborators and share them on your social networks. You can easily link your Monograms to any website and you can make as many as you like, ensuring you have the perfectly curated visual story of your work, always to hand.

This latest edition to MOO’s growing portfolio of inventive products and properties was created by a small in-house team and was inspired by the humble business card and MOO’s Printfinity ™ technology. This labs approach led to last year’s launch of NFC-enabled business cards, Business Cards+, led by Chad Jennings, MOO’s VP of Product Design and Innovation.

Says MOO CEO, Richard Moross, “For ten years now, MOO has led the way in disruptive business card design and innovation. In this time we’ve helped millions of small businesses stand out and look great on paper. While we love print, we’ve been keen to develop a digital product for our customers. Monogram seeks to build on the 300-year-old ‘ceremony’: the moment where you meet someone for the first time, exchange details and need to explain who you are and what you do. Businesses are built in those precious moments.”

Summing up Moross says, “Monogram seeks to bridge the divide between the humble business card and a more involved website, giving customers a flexible tool to better explain what they’re about when they’re face-to-face. We’re looking forward to seeing our customers build some beautiful Monograms.”

The unique format of Monogram lends itself perfectly to presenting work, and image-led content, enabling you to instantly compile and show what you do without the need for WiFi.

Monogram has been developed with the broadest range of today’s creative professionals in mind… so whether you’re a designer, illustrator, photographer or dog groomer, or maybe you’re an architect, agency creative, independent retailer or tattoo artist, it’s worth downloading Monogram, available now on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch and free in the App Store.

Find out more about MOO at the official website.