Canva Debuts its Graphic Design Platform for Every One

Posted: Aug 27 2013, 4:40am CDT | by , in News | Technology News
Updated: Aug 27 2013, 4:43am CDT


Canva Debuts its Graphic Design Platform for Every One

The Australian firm, Canva debuts its graphic design platform aiming to make every one a designer. It nabs $3 million funds to make it extremely easy to mix and match design elements.

Things are about to undergo a radical transformation. Previously, there were just business and productivity apps. But now some creative software lies in your future. Adobe’s Creative Cloud is a well-known facility. However, this day in time, it is the Australian company, Canva that takes the prize in innovation. One of the major creative SaaS companies, Canva has just launched its service in beta.

The firm is hardly a year old yet it is picking up speed as a success story. Its founders are Melanie Perkins and Cliff Obrecht and they have seen to it that their brainchild functions well. Canva recently received $3 million in funding from recognized institutions according to TechCrunch. The designing community has Canva to thank for making the process of creating images a piece of cake. 

The fact that designing a page is a complex process led the originators of this firm to find a way out of this conundrum. So the best design software was put under one roof. And it could be bought by anyone. The price rates could range from $1 for a photo to a lot more for a complex series of colorful images.

The plans for tomorrow are that this site will be made a center of excellence where all designers congregate in order to get creative. After the innumerable investments and media hype it remains to be seen whether the firm will touch the stars.

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