Designing my HP Wall Art panel
The designing of the panel is a straight forward process. You can use all of the website design tools without an account but to save or order a wall, you will need to create one. After you log-in into the Nick Wall Art by HP site, a screen loads where you enter your wall dimensions under “wall layout". After that you can begin your wall design by choosing from the following menus
- Wall Layout: Here you set the dimensions for your print and add features to your wall like doors and windows – approximate measurements are okay to start with; but you must enter precise measurements at any time before checkout.
- Theme: Choose a decorative theme.
- Templates: Get a running start and select from a number of professional designs – these are starting points which you can use as-is, or customize by changing the background, or selecting new or different objects.
- Background: Select a background for your design. The background can be scaled and positioned arranged on your wall to your liking.
- Objects: Add characters and foreground elements to your design. Objects can be moved and resized to create a custom design.
The process itself was simple since you dragged and dropped shapes and images into your wall design. You can also move, flip & resize objects till the layout is how you want. But I discovered 2 cons to the designing process.
- Seems you can only pick a certain objects from one theme. For example, I can't use a sponge bob background and add an object from the Dora theme.
- Seems there is no "add text" option. For example, if I wanted to write my son's name on the wall panel there is no option for that.
Opening the Box