Chris Doble

Canva is a graphic design tool built with the goal of helping everyone in the world create beautiful designs. That’s a pretty ambitious goal because there’s a huge number of people in the world and they all have varying levels of design experience — from professional designers to people who haven’t used computers much before. To help all of them, Canva must be simple. Read more...

Nic Wittison

Canva iOS developer Nic Wittison spoke at /dev/world/2015 in Melbourne on August 31, 2015. Read more...

Kris Howard

Back in May, Canva kicked off a series of quarterly tech events with an evening of talks on performance and scaling. For our second event in August, we decided to focus on everything front-end. Read more...

Sam Killin

A great engineer once told me that it doesn’t matter how big your organisation is, you’ll always experience growing pains. Canva is far from immune to these pains, and we’re constantly reevaluating our infrastructure to ensure that systems designed for Canva of old are still up to scratch for Canva of the present, and will be in good stead to support the Canva of the future. Read more...

Kris Howard

On May 6th, 2015, Canva hosted the first of a series of quarterly tech talks. Our goal is to bring together like-minded software craftspeople to share knowledge and experiences. The Sydney tech community already has an excellent range of recurring events (such as SydJS, Women Who Code, and Web Directions), but we’ve decided to maintain focus on topics particularly relevant to starups with this new event series. We aim to showcase speakers from both inside and outside Canva. Our first night of talks was on the topic of scalable startup technology. Read more...