Tabblo is a custom printing site that combines a wiki ethos with a design tool to help you mashup your photos before printing. Tabblo isn't a traditional photo sharing site; instead of competing with sites you're probably familiar with, Tabblo makes it easy to import your photos from places like Flickr (and iPhoto or Picasa) and then lets you arrange those photos with text to make large collage-like posters, called Tabblos, to print.
Tabblo designers can give permission to other users to not just view and comment on a Tabblo, but to make their own changes to it as well. A sports team Tabblo could be customized by each parent, for example, to easily put their child's picture in the center of the poster but maintain the same design as the whole team's posters. It's like a wiki for visual design, with the original templates preserved.
Tabblo was acquired by HP in March of 2007.
Funding Rounds (1) - $4MUpdate
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