Payman Taei is the founder and CEO of Visme. Frustrated with the lack of easy-to-use tools to empower non-designers to speak visually, he created Visme, the “Swiss Knife of Visual Content.” Visme is now used by over 10 million businesses, non-profits, and individuals from over 100 countries.
Payman describes himself as:
I’m an avid technologist. I love new trends and engaging with the ever-evolving online world.
In this conversation, Payman talks about Visme.
Geetesh: Tell us more about Visme, and how easy or difficult is it for business users to create and share branded, styled documents?
Payman: Visme is a platform that helps you to create visual brand experiences for your business, whether you are a seasoned designer or a total novice. With Visme, you can avoid investing in expensive software or outsourcing design tasks and create beautiful assets in minutes.
Our ready-made templates have already helped over 12 million people create professional-looking presentations, infographics, social media graphics, videos, and more.
It takes just a few minutes to create graphics with Visme. All you need to do is pick a template from our large database and fuel it with your content. It can take less than 30 minutes to get it done.
Geetesh: I see that Visme is great at following the branding of a company and includes a wizard that brings in visual assets, fonts, and colors from a website. Tell us more about this feature.
Payman: Our AI-powered solution creates templates based on a business’s branding in seconds. The wizard helps to gather information about the business, and once you submit your web address, it will pull your logo, brand colors, and fonts from your website. After, the platform takes you to the template design selection, and you get your beautifully branded templates right away.
Many businesses are using this feature at Visme because it saves time on repetitive technical work every time they create a new design.
Also, Visme’s brand design tool makes it easy to share branded content in a variety of different ways. Users can generate public or private shareable links and grab an embed code for a blog post or webpage. They can even download in several formats, like PNG, JPEG, PDF, HTML5, GIF, MP4, and more.
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