When a user opens the editor, they see a skeleton screen or an animated Canva logo. These elements are included in the Print Partnership's SDK by default. An integration must not overwrite these with custom elements.
A side-by-side view of the loading screens that users see when they open the editor. On the left is the skeleton screen. On the right is the animated Canva logo.
Check the furniture
Partners can request Canva to add furniture to products. Some examples of furniture are fold lines, bleed lines, rounded borders, and circular borders.
Partners must verify if the products show the furniture as expected.
Test the order process
Partners must play the role of a user and verify that they can:
Navigate to an integration.
Create a design.
Proof the design.
Preview the proofed design.
Purchase a print of the design.
Check the preview and print files
After a user finishes proofing a design, Canva creates:
A preview file: A low-resolution preview version of the design.
A print file: A high-quality print version of the design.
Partners must verify if the export settings are correctly applied to the files. Some settings to verify are file format, bleeds, crop marks, and format. For a complete list of the available settings, refer to Export settings.
Request Canva's approval
After validating an integration, partners must request Canva's approval to launch the integration.
After receiving this request, Canva:
Reviews the user experience of the integration.
Completes a test order.
If the integration meets Canva's standards and the test order is successful, Canva responds with approval to proceed with the launch. If not, Canva responds with the required changes to prepare the integration for launch.