Over the past few weeks, we’ve been doing a bit of reflection on another 12 months at Canva.
This year was a big one for us — we launched on iPhone, rolled out internationally in 21 new languages, launched a massive library of vector elements, and made it possible to connect with your team for free — but we’re really only just getting started!
Our vision has always been to become a tool that powers the modern workforce, and empowers everyone, whether you’re a blogger, real estate agent, parent, business owner or fitness professional, to easily create documents, designs and marketing materials that look great.
We’ve launching a bunch of exciting features that we hope will help Canva’s community take their designs to the next level. Here’s a taste:
Canva for Websites
We believe that in the future instead of sending your resume, pitch deck or even school assignment as a PDF document, everyone will be sending around stunning websites.
There’s been over 150 million designs created in Canva, it’s pretty cool that all of those resumes, pitch decks and presentations – can now be sent as a web link instead of a PDF!
Try turning one of these templates into a Canva website:
Create charts with your own data
Try using charts in these Canva templates:
Embed your designs on the Web
See how it works:
Try embedding one of these templates on your website or blog: