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Need your thoughts on bulk image editor with spreadsheet

Hi! I want to ask you guys several questions on a web application I’m considering to build.

But before spending many hours and money on it, I want to know if the application is solving big, urgent, frequent problems that you guys actually are suffering.

So my questions are:

  1. Do you have any need to making similar, repetitive, consistent graphic image sets in your work situation?
  • If so, what is the situation?
  • how long does it take?
  • how often do you have those situations?
  • how do you handle it? do it by yourself or hire someone to do it?
  • What software do you use in the process?
  1. Do you have any need to bulk edit many raw photos for your online shop or something?
  • If so, what is the situation?
  • how long does it take?
  • how often do you have those situations?
  • how do you handle it? do it by yourself or hire someone to do it?
  • What software do you use in the process?

[Background story]

I’ve generated many of Youtube thumbnails and Banner ads for my application business.

And I thought that Canva-like editor equipped with spreadsheet would be useful when generating many versions of similar graphic designs.

Diiffer.io landing page

As you can see here,

  1. You can make an image with Canva-like editor or just upload PSD file.

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  1. And then you can choose what properties of the layers to variate.

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  1. And you can add some rows and modify some of the properties like canvas size, text content, font, fill color, stroke color, image content, image fillmode, etc

Image3

  1. You can further process the bulk of the images or texts data with some useful apps like background removal, adjustment preset, translator, paraphraser and post the resulted image to various channel like instagram, mailchimp, slack or schedule to do.

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Thank you for reading it, guys!

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