Jan 2012 25

So this is kind of a BIG Deal!  We have just added generic layouts to our Pix Publisher software. Generic layouts can contain photo and text placeholders. It can be applied the same way as a theme layout – by drag and drop.  It’s just that easy!  Here is a glimpse on where to find them, under LAYOUTS on left hand side.

Mar 2012 28

Well, funny you should ask. We are app to making Adoramapix mobile! As the world progresses to a more mobile existence, we want to make sure we are right there for you. We have just launched our Adoramapix Mobile App available on iTunes.  With the FREE app, you can create an account quickly, upload your photos from your phone/mobile device, view your galleries and stay connected with us on Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Youtube and Pinterest.  Although, it is not Android ready yet – it soon will be so stay tuned. Any questions? Feel free to email Enjoy!


Jul 2012 24

We are excited and proud to introduce the newest product to our line-up. Drum roll please……. Beautiful Boutique Boxes! Members have been asking for some sort of beautiful box to store their photo books. Well, we listened and we now have archival boutique boxes. Whether you are presenting your photo book to your clients or want to keep it archived for yourself, these boxes are sure to impress. The boxes are $7.95 each and come in sizes 8×8 and larger. You will be able to choose your box under the “enter quantity” page. They come in this subtle but striking color of chocolate brown. If you have any questions please feel free to email

Aug 2012 28

You now have more options to make your photo book .. your way.  We now offer customized end papers.  You can now choose whether to have end papers in your photo books. You can also choose the color of end pages.  This is perfect as it will add to your design and make for better flow. One last addition, add our logo to the back end papers and save $2.00 on your photo book. Questions? Feel free to email me at

Nov 2012 14

It isn’t often that I take the pen in my hands but I felt this is one of those times when I felt I would be able to convey the message the best.

As some of you have noticed, we recently introduced a convenience fee for orders being picked up in-store. Some of you expressed dismay about the new fee, so I would like to explain the reason we made the change.

For a long time, we had been puzzled that many orders slated for store pickup were never claimed. Of those that were picked up, many (over 20%) waited for over a month before being picked up.  As you can imagine, this added up over time. With the limited space in NYC this situation grew out of control, and we were out of space at the pickup counter.

About a year ago, we tried to address the situation by sending out reminder emails as well as trying to reach customers by phone. It helped a little but not enough. Unfortunately, this also added labor costs. We considered putting an end to the in-store pickup service, but before doing so we surveyed our customers about their reasons for ordering store pickup. The top three responses were:

1.       It’s convenient.

2.       It’s faster.

3.       It’s free.

Since some of our customers benefited from the service, we decided to keep it and instead add a small convenience fee to cover our costs while maintaining the option for those who benefitted from the speed and convenience.

I would love to hear your thoughts and if you feel there is a better solution. We are certainly open to other ideas.

Herman Klein
Director Adoramapix
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