User behaviour data carved out a much bigger picture. What sat at the centre of the content design process was the need to have a place to always be inspired and unleash your vision, and the available tools didn’t provide that.
Entrepreneurs and marketers stick to what they know like limited DIY design tools. As they grow they struggle to work with designers and have poor visibility in the content design process itself.
Pro designers bounce between multiple apps for simple content design and go through an exhaustive export/upload process to get feedback from stakeholders.
A gap had to be bridged between professional designers and non-designers.
“Adobe is an overkill workflow, and Canva is way too basic. We are finally bridging this gap”
Omar Farook, CEO and Co-founder, Glorify
2023 and beyond
We are super excited to keep pushing the boundaries when it comes to content design. It is clear from our roadmap that we intend to keep introducing more plugins and features that expand our design tool capabilities.
We have plans to integrate more 3rd party asset libraries such as Flaticon and Unsplash. We have been experimenting with 3D designs, AR viewers and AI writers. We believe we can use HTML to harness publishing capabilties and create responsive emails and websites directly from our canvas. We are also planning a community template marketplace to allow users to publish their work and attract their own audience. And finally, we want to be able to bring marketing analytics and insights directly into the design process so that everyone can interate based on KPI’s.
We are just starting, but that doesn’t stop us from dreaming big.
Everything you have witnessed above is not based on our own whimsical desires or shiny object syndrome. Rather we have been taking user feedback and comparing it against market trends/demands to design Glorify’s experience with zero bias.
We create prototypes for every feature we build and test it with non-designers and designers alike to make sure we truly bridge the gap between advanced and basic design tools.
Take part in this glorious journey with us and suggest a feature! But beware of what you wish for, we may very well build it!