A lot of web designers are using canvas boards to create visual elements in their websites.
A new app called kerdi is bringing canvas-based designs to the web, which are now being used in schools and other non-commercial organizations.
“The app was designed with the purpose of creating an app that can be used by everyone from elementary school to university, with the help of the user’s own ideas and skills,” the Kerdi website says.
It offers a range of different templates for creating a web page, from simple and plain, to sophisticated and functional.
The app, which launched on Tuesday, has more than 2.5 million users in India.
The user interface is simple and intuitive, with no design shortcuts, just an intuitive layout that includes the basic information, including the title, a link, and a photo.
The first version was launched in January 2017.
“We believe in creating apps that make our users feel like part of the world,” the company’s founders, Sudhakar Gopal and Ashish Srivastava, said in a blog post.
“If this is how our users want to communicate with us, we will continue to create it.
We have a deep appreciation for what our users have created and want to give back.”
In its launch, Kerdi had a free version, but it was later extended to the premium version for Rs.1,199.
Users have the option to upgrade to the full version at a cost of Rs.2,999.
“With this app, we are giving you a glimpse into what your life is like in a few simple steps,” the developers said in their launch video.
“Your life will be transformed by Kerdi, and we are excited to see what your results will be.”