Every site that allows users to upload content, whether it’s a Web app, e-commerce provider or ad network, wants their users to have beautiful graphics. However until now, it’s almost impossible to create something that looks good without knowing how to use professional design tools.
Instead of just offering an ‘Upload’ button and expecting users to figure out the rest, the Canva Button enables a website’s users to easily create graphics without leaving their page. We want this to be accessible to everyone so the Button is free and can be implemented with just a few lines of code.
We’re excited to announce a series of partnerships with companies including GoDaddy, Tailwind, Agora Pulse, Post Planner, and TabSite. At each of these companies’ websites, users will be able to create Canva graphics without leaving their page. You’ll notice the Canva Button rolling out on websites like these over the coming weeks.
The Canva Button has been designed to be very simple to integrate. Here is how it works:
1 Add the Canva Button
With just a few lines of code, allow your customers to click and create using the world’s best online design tool.
2 Let Your Users Design
Provide millions of graphics, images and layouts. Give your customers all they need to create amazing designs.
3 Publish to Your Site
Once your customers are finished, they click “Publish” and their design is pushed back to your site. Seamless.
You can apply to add the Canva Button to your own website.
We are so blessed to have had so much support from people around the world who have been helping to spread Canva. We are excited to be able to offer the Canva Button to other websites and to help bring simple design to where people need it the most.
We’re just beginning our adventure and can’t wait to see what the coming months and years have in store!
To find out more about the Canva Button, and to apply to add it to your site, check out http://canva.com/button.
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