At Shutterfly millions of people store, enjoy and share billions of photos. With free, unlimited, secure photo storage and high-quality products, it's easy to turn the photos you love into amazing creations that live on. Shutterfly is an Internet-based image publishing service based in Redwood City, California. Shutterfly's flagship product is, as it is mentioned at the beginning, the photo book line.
The company was founded in 1999 and is currently led by Jeffrey Housenbold, who joined the company in 2005. Next year, 2006, the company went public in 2006 and today the customer base is heavily skewed toward women, who are accounted for 80% of customers, as reported in 2013. Shutterfly's revenue derives from "turning digital snapshots into tangible things". In August 2014, the total number of customers was 2.6 million, reflecting an increase of 13% from the prior-year quarter.
Shutterfly also partnered with Brit Morin, Michelle Workman and Olivia Palermo showcase - how to use their different products within a New York townhouse to create unique design opportunities. The project is called “Shutterfly by Design. Company Tiny Prints have launched “Tiny Prints for iPad” in September 2014; a mobile version of their online stationery boutique the company acquired in 2011.