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The easiest graphic design tool you'll ever use

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Christopher Gimmer
@cgimmer · Co-founder of Snappa
Hi everyone. I'm one of the co-founders of Snappa. Thanks for checking us out! Our goal is to make the easiest graphic design tool you'll ever use. When we looked at what was currently available, we found that most tools fell in two camps. They were either really easy but overly simplified, or had tons of features but were difficult to use. With Snappa, we… See more

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Christopher Gimmer
@cgimmer · Co-founder of Snappa
Hi everyone. I'm one of the co-founders of Snappa. Thanks for checking us out! Our goal is to make the easiest graphic design tool you'll ever use. When we looked at what was currently available, we found that most tools fell in two camps. They were either really easy but overly simplified, or had tons of features but were difficult to use. With Snappa, we… See more
Joakim Isoaho
@jommi · Aalto Entrepreneurship Society
What are the prime diffrentiator's in regards to Guy's Canva?
Josh Garofalo
@swaycopy
Looks like a really solid addition to the DIY design market with super simple pricing to boot. Limited use for free... or all the bells and whistles for a measly $10/month. It's always refreshing to see a SaaS company that doesn't get in their own way with a ludicrous pricing table. :) Good luck!
Simon
@simonhamp · Operations Manager, isev
Ive used this and Pablo by Buffer. Both are good, but I really preferred Snappa as it provides a better range of starting sizes for images for more than just social networks. Having worked with Chris before, I can also say you'll be in good hands with Snappa. Looking forward to seeing the other integrations as this will really help distinguish Snappa as th… See more
Daylen
@askdaylen · Student and Windows Insider in Vancouver
It looks nice, but Canva includes many additional features in their free plan.