Georgia Vidler

At its heart, Canva’s mission is to be a truly global company; empowering anyone to design anything and publish anywhere. From our humble beginnings launching from a small office in Sydney Australia, today Canva is available across 190 countries in 100 languages—and we’re only 1% of the way through what we want to accomplish. Read more...

Yani Hornilla

There is little in this world that is achieved through the greatness of one single individual—putting man on the moon was a team effort, building the Burj Khalifa was a team effort, winning the world cup is a team effort. Scaling a successful startup like Canva is no different. Luckily we were able to discover the secret sauce to our success early on—the incredibly passionate and talented team that makes up Canva. Read more...

Matt Anderson

As a product designer, have you ever been frustrated trying to find the correct asset to use? Or spent hours debating which color green to use with a colleague? Or needed to re-design a button to suit a specific need? Read more...

David Guan

This article introduces alpha blending and some tips relating to the alpha channel in WebGL development, including a WebGL alpha blending bug in Chrome. At Canva we use WebGL to provide image filters similar to Instagram filters. Read more...

Dan Kennedy

Canva was proud to host Frontend Engineering Sydney for the third time earlier this month. Kyle Simpson, open web evangelist and author of "You Don't Know JS", Cathy Lill of Data61 and Canva's own Damon Oehlman spoke about different aspects of functional programming for frontend development. Read more...