Sure, here's a sample roadmap for a design tool that's a direct competitor to Canva:
- Improve the user interface and make it more intuitive and user-friendly.
- Add more templates and design elements to the library.
- Add support for more file formats, such as PDF and PNG.
- Add the ability to collaborate on designs with other team members in real-time.
- Add basic image editing tools like cropping and resizing.
- Add support for animation and motion graphics.
- Add more advanced image editing tools, such as layer masks and color adjustments.
- Add the ability to import and export designs to other design tools such as Adobe Illustrator and Sketch.
- Add the ability to create interactive design elements, such as hover effects and click-through links.
- Add the ability to create and edit videos and other multimedia content.
- Add support for Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality content creation.
- Add more advanced analytics and data tracking features.