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Gemvision Unveils CounterSketch Update

Fresh look, easy interactions, and streamlined design experience.

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CounterSketch Update 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) LAFAYETTE, LA – Just weeks after its latest MatrixGold software update, Gemvision announces another software update, this time to its CounterSketch software.

CounterSketch is an intuitive 3D design software that provides access to a range of customizable styles and manufacturing options. It’s perfect for the full spectrum of designers, whether jewelers are just diving into CAD software or are a master designer looking for a software to use with their customers — both remote or standing by their side.

“CounterSketch has always sought to help the consumer visualize the finished custom design and provide an experience that allows them to be involved in creating one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry,” says Heather Kutzman, Gemvision training and technical support director. “This most recent update adds a variety of new features in an updated user interface that consumers will gravitate toward while in store or via a remote session on CounterSketch Streaming.”

Some new features and improvements include:

  • Updated User Interface: Now easier to navigate, find what you are looking for, and apply filters seamlessly. The fresh look gives a smoother, more cohesive interaction with the software using fewer clicks and better results.
  • Lab-Grown Diamonds: Providing more options for the center stone, users can now shop Stuller’s entire inventory of large and melee lab-grown diamonds to add to custom designs.
  • Standardized Render Sizes for Social Media: Choose the social platform, and CounterSketch will automatically update the size and resolution of the image for that platform.
  • Curated Collections: Create a personalized tile on the CounterSketch start screen to highlight your brand.

To learn more about the update, click here.

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