🎒 I'd like to introduce Design Packs 🎒
I've created a Shopify app that let's you add Sections and Templates to your existing theme!
It's free to install and you can browse the "Packs" and purchase them (one time fee) to add to any theme in your shop. We've created packs for function and style. For example you could add a logo list to your homepage, or a pie chart. We've also created banners that only show up for certain locations or at certain times. Once added to your theme, you can customize them through the normal theme customizer to fit the styles of your store.
We're always in the market for new ideas, so if there's something you're looking for let us know! firstname.lastname@example.org
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