The Creately Blog

Startup Strategies for Marketing on Twitter

Just went thru 10 Steps to Terrific Twittering – basically a boiled down version of all of @guykawasaki‘s tips for Power twittering. As a young startup, we already practice many of these tips, but there were some that I had… Read More

Drawing colorful diagrams on Creately

The question of how we can help our users draw beautiful diagrams often comes up here at Creately. During a usability discussion, when the issue of our color palette came up, we realized that while the palette does have a whole bunch of colors, most of them don’t look good when applied on your designs.






Now you can reset your Creately password

Changing your password is 3 simple steps:

1. You enter your Creately username and confirm that you are human.
2. We send you an email with a link that is unique to your request – each link is only valid for one password reset.
3. You click the link in your email and then enter your new password – which must be at least 6 characters.






New Release and Nick gets married

Yesterday, after a busy couple of weeks we pushed out a new version of Creately to our private beta users. Just in time so the team can take a well deserved break, as Nick gets married on Thursday. We’re really happy for Nick and Nadisha, and you’ll hear all about it next week after the festivities are over. But for now we want to share some exciting new additions and fixes we’ve introduced in this release.






Private Beta Launch with a new look

So with the dawn of a brave new year, we’ve announced a new Private Beta release of Creately with a brand new look. We’re really excited about this new release, as we’ve spent a good amount of time and energy adding some great functionality. As Chandika wrote in his last post, we’re introduced some great features that will make Creately really easy to use and help you get more out of your designs and diagrams.






Introducing Creately

Creately is an online diagramming and design application. We’ve always felt the process of diagramming and design is somewhat broken. While there are some excellent tools out there, their focus is on drawing.

We think otherwise.