Canva is an Australian graphic design platform used for creating designs for various purposes. It was founded in 2012 by Melanie Perkins, Cliff Obrecht, and Cameron Adams. The platform has over 10 million users with over 200 million designs created on Canva.
Canva is a browser-based design tool that allows anyone to create professional-looking visuals in minutes. It provides a vast library of templates, illustrations, photos, elements, and fonts that can be used to create beautiful designs. Users can also upload their own images and customise them with the tools provided by Canva.
The platform also has built-in collaboration capabilities, allowing users to work together on a single project or design at the same time. This makes Canva ideal for teamwork when creating visuals such as posters, presentations, infographics, and more.
Another great feature of Canva is its affordability; with its free plan you get access to all of its features and templates—no strings attached. For those who need more features or want more control over their designs, there are two paid plans available: Pro ($9.95/month) and Enterprise ($30/month). These plans offer additional features such as the ability to upload custom fonts and unlimited storage space on the cloud.
Canva also offers an API (Application Programming Interface) which allows developers to integrate the service into their own applications or websites – giving users another way to access the content available on Canva without having to leave their current application or website.
Despite being a popular graphic design platform, Canva is not a publicly traded company and therefore it cannot be bought as stock on any exchange market. This means that investors cannot buy shares of Canva’s stock in order to gain ownership in the company.
In conclusion, Canva is an incredibly convenient and powerful tool for creating visual content quickly and easily – but it cannot be purchased as stock by investors due to it not being publicly traded yet.