Hannah Heffernan

Some personal topics are deemed appropriate for the workplace, but somehow, pumping milk for your baby is more often than not considered taboo. Canva Product Designer Hannah Heffernan explains why there is still room for improvement in making out workplaces more inclusive for parents. Read more...

Christopher Low

When a company experiences strong business momentum, it’s not just about the impact we make on our business metrics - it’s also about the impact we’re making on the environment we work in. In this blog, head of Canva’s Vibe team, Christopher Low, shares his thoughts on why paying attention to the impact we’re making on our environment is just as important as growing our business. Read more...

Mike Williams

In almost every business magazine, you’ll come across terms like startup, innovation and entrepreneurship. But what does it really mean for someone to work at a startup? In this blog, Canva product manager Mike Williams shares this thoughts about what you need to consider before embarking on your very own startup journey. Read more...

Amelia Marshall

We’ve all heard it before—content is king, especially when it comes to growing your business. But how do you ensure the content you put out there will actually achieve your goals? In this blog post, Canva’s resident content expert Amelia Marshall shares how we used the power of words to grow our user base, and reveals her tips on how to create content that is not only engaging and valuable, but also holds up against your business metrics. Read more...

Zach Kitschke

Zach Kitschke, Head of People at Canva, explains why you shouldn’t try to copy and paste culture that you see elsewhere. Instead, the key to creating a great culture is focusing your efforts on building a “People System” based on strong values. Building a winning culture really requires understanding what type of company you want to build, and tailoring everything back to that. We’re not and will never be a Blackwater Capital, a Google, or a Bain & Co. We’re Canva, and we want to own that. Read more...