Archived News and Awards

2008
REVIEW: CREATING A PHOTO BOOK WITH SHUTTERFLY
Gina Hughes, December 29, 2008

“Shutterfly really has a lot of options to choose from, which is great because you get to determine every detail of your book. Once you’re done, you simply hit order, and wait for the book to ship. .... Like I mentioned earlier, I got the final product yesterday and was extremely impressed with what I got back.”

 
TOP TEN LAST MINUTE GIFT IDEAS
Kelly Kozlowski, December 18, 2008

“Create a hardcover photo book with your own photos and memories at Shutterfly.com.”

 
ATTENTION PROCRASTINATORS, THERE’S STILL TIME TO MAKE CHRISTMAS CARDS
CoolMomPicks’ Editors, December 16, 2008

“Shutterfly has a nice selection of designer cards from some great modern graphic artists and they’re printed on a nice matte card stock. They also have photo books, calendars and this cool photo recipe book which make great last minute gifts.”

 
HOMESPUN GIVING: MORE SHOPPERS SPEND LESS, CREATE PRESENTS FROM HEART
Jaclyn Trop, December 13, 2008

“Shutterfly, Inc, a public company that transposes digital photos onto household items, attributes this year’s increased demand for photos and personalization to a tendency to cut back on travel in a tough economy.”

 
HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE 2008: GIFTS FOR PHOTO-LOVING FAMILIES
Angele Sionna, December 8, 2008

“A great gift for yourself or grandparents are photo calendars. There are two great ones that I personally have recommended. The first is by Shutterfly.com. You upload dozens of your favorite photos from the year, choose backgrounds, captions and more. They’re easy to make and you can ship them directly to your loved ones, so you can save a step. They’re very high quality, so you don’t have to worry about them being flimsy or cheap looking.”

 
AVOID CHRISTMAS CARD ANXIETY
American Baby Editor, December 2008

“Subscribe to a service like Shutterfly that allows you to put your address book online, then upload the photo you want to use, and they'll send the cards for you.”

 
GIFT GUIDE FOR GEEKS
PC Magazine Editors, December 2008

“Dora and My Rescue Adventure book, www.shutterfly.com, this is the perfect, personalized gift for a young child who enjoys reading. Just submit a headshot of your child, as well as a few details, like the child’s birthdate and hometown, and the book embeds your child into the story’s adventure with Dora the Explorer.”

 
HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE
Money Editors, December 2008

“Turn a little one’s drawings — or someone’s favorite photo — into wall-ready art with Shutterfly’s canvas prints.”

 
HOLIDAY GIFTS FOR KIDS
EW.com Editors, December 2008

“Just upload a photo (to Shutterfly.com), and the High School Musical, Transformers or Hannah Montana fans in your life can share the spotlight with their favorite stars and characters on a full-sized glossy poster.”

 
SHUTTERFLY LAUNCHES IPHONE APP
Andrew Berg, December 10, 2009

“Shutterfly, the online photo-sharing and publisher, is looking to make use of all those pictures you take on your phone and upload to online oblivion. Shutterfly today announced Wink, a new app for the iPhone that combines real-time sharing with printing services for photos shared on social networking sites.”

 
15 MINUTE GIFTS
Self Editor, December 2008

“Unlock a heart with the Pewter Key Ring. You can customize it with any photo in only a few days. The frame is waterproof. $20; Shutterfly.com”

 
A FOODIE’S HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE
Charles Passy, November 26, 2008

“Shutterfly personalized recipe book: Thanks to online photo service, Shutterfly, you can package your recipes and photos into an attractive, hardcover book. Available starting at $29.99 through Shutterfly.com.”

 
THE BABBLE HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE 2008 PHOTO GIFTS
Babble Editor, November 25, 2008

“Shutterfly’s CenterStage line may feature characters from kids’ favorite TV shows, but that’s as close to video stimulation as these stories get. Select a favorite photo of your little one, upload it to Shutterfly, and the picture gets woven into any of six easy-reader books, from My Amazing Alphabet Adventures to SpongeBob and Me: Super Detectives. CenterStage’s posters apply a similar idea to wall art.”

 
NEW ARRIVALS: SHUTTERFLY DESIGNER HOLIDAY CARD GIVEAWAY!
Bump Kaitlin, November 24, 2008

“Still looking for the perfect holiday card? Shutterfly.com simplifies holiday card giving and actually makes it more enjoyable (we swear!) with their easy-to-use Card Style Finder. Choose your favorite card style, upload pics, write your personalized messages, and you’re done.”

 
HOT TREND: THE BIG PICTURE
EH, October 2008

“Shutterfly: In addition to letting you upload wedding photos and email virtual albums to friends, this website also publishes a wedding blog with photography-related tips and galleries. You can also make cute products out of your images, from photo books to luggage tags.”

 
STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE TO PHOTO ORGANIZATION
Lexy Schmertz, October 2008

“Start your own photo library. My favorite site, Shutterfly offers unlimited free storage, an easy, logical system to catalog your pictures, great touch-up options, and numerous card and gift ideas.”

 
THE PEANUT GALLERY
Lexy Schmertz, October 2008Juliette Guilbert, September 2008

“Memorialize selected works—your child’s blue period, say, or her armless bodies phase—by scanning them into your computer and creating cool keepsakes. To make a glossy poster, scan 4 to 16 pieces, then visit shutterfly.com ... for the poster design and printing (about $20 to $25).”

 
SCRAPBOOKING ENTERS THE DIGITAL AGE
Jennifer Forker, Associated Press, August 30, 2008

“Jeffrey Housenbold, the CEO of Shutterfly, a leading online source for printing and sharing digital photos, says he has ventured into the digital scrapbooking realm himself, using his company’s photo books. The premade formats allow customers to drag and drop their pictures, then print them in a scrapbook format. It’s fast and simple.”

 
SHUTTERFLY FINALLY GIVES PHOTOS WINGS
Brad Stone, August 12, 2008

“The company is introducing a nifty new tool, called Share Sites, which makes it easy for users to build public Web pages around their photo collections. Users can trick these sites out with various design flourishes, comment forums, polls, photo books and links to YouTube videos.”

“Creators can invite anyone to visit their sites, and then those people can add their own photos as well, making this an ideal tool for PTA parents and softball team coaches, for example.”

 
WEAVING A TIGHTER WEB 2.0
Mike Muscgrove, August 10, 2008

“Shutterfly is scheduled to introduce an upgrade from the usual online photo album this week. The new application, called Share 2.0, comes with tools that will let users create free, personalized sites that automatically drag in news and updates from around the Web.”

 
SHUTTERFLY MAKES SHARED PHOTOS MORE WELCOMING
Katherine Boehret, July 30, 2008

Shutterfly, a leading online photo service, has integrated simple photo sharing into personalized Web sites, which serve as a more permanent and collaborative place to communicate. This new offering is appropriately called Shutterfly Share, and the sites are free of charge and without advertisements, for now.”

“One of Shutterfly Share’s best features is its emphasis on photos, particularly the ability to quickly see multiple images simultaneously on the site’s home page. Various other categories of information dot the page, like links to favorite sites, calendars or team rosters.”

 
TALKING TRAVEL WITH SHUTTERFLY’S RESIDENT PHOTOGRAPHER
Jerry Guo, July 1, 2008

“I really love online sites like Shutterfly for photo books. Vacation photos can be shared individually or by album. You can also create a photo book with captions and share the beautiful finished product with friends and family.”

“Shutterfly Gallery is a community that provides readers with inspiration for storytelling, tips, and encourages them to be active in the community by contributing their own photo books. You can learn a lot here.”

 
UNEARTHING THE REAL ROI
Mark Brohan, July 2008

“Today Shutterfly, No. 75 in the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide, credits its free storage program with helping the company process about 7 million orders in 2007, an increase of 38% over 5.1 million orders in 2006.”

 
IT’S PICTURE PERFECT
Andrew Murr, June 2, 2008

“Shutterfly is the little Silicon Valley company that could. It survived the dotcom bust and now competes with two behemoths in the online photo industry.”

 
PICTURE PERFECT: SHUTTERFLY IS THE RECOMMENDED PHOTO-SHARING WEBSITE
Meredith Parker, June 2008

“Photo sharing websites, Oh, how the times have changed since the days of storing your Poloroids in a shoebox! Almost everyone has made the switch to digital cameras and now you can share your photos digitally, too! P&N recommends: shutterfly.com”

 
5 REASONS TO LOVE A RAINY DAY
Redbook Staff Writer, June 2008

“Make your summer last by turning your vacation photos into playing cards! Shutterfly.com, $25.”

 
QUICK AND EASY BABY STATIONARY
Erin Behan, May 14, 2008

“I was intrigued by Shutterfly’s new designer baby announcements. I was pleasantly surprised by how easy and fast they were to create, AND glad to see some of my favorite stationery designers had designs from which to choose: Egg Press and Hello Lucky, with eight designers in all.”

“I was most pleased with the graphics and photo quality. It looks professional, not like something you’d print on a personal color printer. And the heavyweight, lined envelopes made for a nice touch.”

 
CELEBRITY BABY TRENDS
OK! Promotion, May 12, 2008

“Posh moms love Shutterfly’s line of designer baby stationary: announcements, invitations and thank you’s. To celebrate your baby, you can also create a sterling silver necklace or charm bracelet. For inspiration, visit www.shutterfly.com.”

 
THANKS FOR A GREAT SEASON!
Jeannette Moninger, May 2008

“Framed photograph of team displaying a ‘Thanks, Coach!’ sign. Sports-themed picture frame, $18; shutterfly.com”

 
CHRON 200: NEW FACES
James Temple, April 20, 2008

“Shutterfly, which raised $80.9 million in its offering, is the only consumer Internet business among the new additions. The Redwood City company allows users to post and share photos online, or print them onto keepsakes or gifts like mugs and mouse pads.”

 
SAME BUSINESS, DIFFERENT LENS
Jim Champy, April 15, 2008

“The CEO of Shutterfly outpaced competitors by reimagining the online photo-finishing business as a way to build social connections between customers.”

 
SHOW OFF YOUR PHOTOS
Cosmopolitan Staff Writer, April 2008

“Show Off Your Photos. Here are some creative ways: make a framed collage, put them under a glass tabletop, create photo coasters (Shutterfly.com sells a set of four for $19.99)...”

“Make your girls-night-out memories eternal with cute photo coasters.”

 
CREATIVE DESIGNS FOR STATIONERY, BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS
Dory Devlin, April 15, 2008

“I’ve been looking at Shutterfly’s new offerings for baby announcements - 240 different designs by eight well-known and nascent stationery designers. They’re all on beautiful, thick card stock. It’s so nice to be able to easily include a photo of your new arrival on a very personal, unique announcement. Each one is more stunning than the next.”

 
DIY BABY ANNOUNCEMENTS THAT YOU WON’T REGRET HAVING DIY’D
Liz Gumbinner, April 10, 2008

“Holy cow did Shutterfly get it right with their designer baby announcement collection.”

 
THE NEW PHOTO ALBUM
Bob Krist, March/April 2008

Shutterfly’s tutorial guide has helpful tips. Spell-checker prevents blunders. Books are hand bound. Plenty of options without paralyzing novices. Easy to preview.”

 
PHOTO FINISH
Aryn Baker, March 24, 2008

“For those seeking to memorialize a wedding or a baby’s birth, Shutterfly features cute backgrounds, pastel-striped covers and caption fonts that lend an arts-and-crafts feel.”

 
YOUR PERSONALIZED CLUTTER CURE!
Christina DeLalla, February 25, 2008

“To painlessly declutter: go digital! Scan those photos and artwork and store them on your computer. Or turn them into a mug or mouse pad by uploading images to Shutterfly.”

 
SHUTTERFLY LAUNCHES ‘PHOTO BOOK’ SOCIAL NETWORK
Caroline McCarthy, February 20 ,2008

Shutterfly Gallery encourages ‘storytelling’ through the creation and sharing of online photo books.”

 
KEEPSAKES: VITAL STATISTICS
Courtney Russell, February 2008

“Ultrasound photos may fade over time. To save them, bring them to a photofinisher to scan, or scan them yourself, upload images to an online service like shutterfly.com, and order prints.”

 
FAMILY VALENTINE IDEAS FOR YOUNG HEARTS
Dory Devlin, January 31, 2008

Shutterfly offers a new twist on kids’ Valentines featuring favorite cartoon characters.”

 
BESET TRAVEL ACCESSORIES: SHUTTERFLY PHOTO LUGGAGE TAGS
AOL Travel Staff, January 18, 2008

“Made of durable plastic and bearing a photo of your choosing, Shutterfly’s nifty little luggage tag is a surefire way to explain to other travelers that yes, indeed, that’s your bag. Don’t worry about fading or scratching—the photo is produced with a special process that ensures a vivid image designed for longevity.”

 
KEEPING IT NEAT IN 2008: DE-CLUTTER YOUR KITCHEN
Country Living Staff, January 2008

“Forget loose index cards, and instead compile all your favorite recipes in a hardcover book from Shutterfly, personalized with family photos and design-it-yourself pages.”

 
WRAPPED IN THE PAST
Dana Schmidt, January 2008

“Photo sites provide various backgrounds, borders and layouts for you to use, and some—including Shutterfly—even let you add text to the photo page and significant dates to the calendar page.”

 
THE MOM NEXT DOOR
Heather Hays, January 2008

“I put in all of my addresses into Shutterfly. It mails out all of your correspondence for you, which has been a blessing because it’s overwhelming trying to send baby announcements and Christmas pictures.”

 
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