What is Kinzin?
Kinzin is a Social Publishing® service for groups and individuals to privately share photos and create personalized print products.
What would you use Kinzin for?
How many groups do you belong to? Which events do you attend? Kinzin brings people together online so everyone can share and print photo products without all the fuss. With your group's private shared photos, you can easily create beautifully designed print products.
Who's Kinzin For?
Parents for sharing with families, Coaches for sharing with teams, Teachers for sharing with students' parents, Businesses for sharing with employees, Hobby group leaders for sharing with members, Camp counsellors for sharing with parents, Event hosts for sharing with guests.
Even More Photos to Choose From
You can now use more photos in Kinzin from Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, Picasa, and Google+. Learn More
Trading Cards = Personalized Business Cards
Read more about how Kinzin's Photo Business Cards has its advantages.
Kinzin is a proud to announce a new partnership with BC Hockey. Let's revolutionize Photo Day with Kinzin's DIY Photo Day. Learn More
Colorado Youth Soccer
Kinzin is now a proud sponsor of Colorado Youth Soccer.
Build a Photo Product. Pass It On...
Now you can share the photo book, trading cards or calendar you built with other people in your private group. One person builds it from your group's shared photos. Other people buy it.
Kinzin Sponsors the Utah Youth Soccer Association (UYSA)
Kinzin is pleased to support UYSA through scholarships and fundraising programs.
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"Just wanted to drop you guys a quick note about my experience in creating a Kinzin family calendar for Christmas... it was super fun. I'm all excited about making the next one."
- Berenice F.
"I am speechless! Your Mother's Day gift is amazing. Wonderful times together as a family. I appreciate your thoughfulness my dear son."
- Donna B.
"He LOVES the idea of the trading cards. He showed me his plain ordinary business card and said 'How are you going to remember me or the company from this?'"
- Mary O.