An infinite canvas where teammates can actually meet and express themselves in so many ways – pitch your thoughts directly on the Space, add sticky notes and scribble anywhere you like.
In Vani, teams can create dedicated Spaces and Zones for each marketing campaign. Bring out all the tiny details, steps, and iterations without missing a beat. Move faster from ideation to launch when everyone's on the same page. Literally.
Everyone on the team can share ideas while still making room for what others have to say. There's just so many ways for you to create and structure your work. Now, you can finally bid goodbye to rigid, linear apps. 👋
Follow cursors in real time, navigate along with teammates, and see how they interact with the Space.
Tag your teammates anywhere on a Space where you want to bring their attention to.
Jot down quick ideas, run polls, or create a Scrum board for any of your marketing campaigns.
Emoji reactions are a way for everyone to express their opinions freely.
Record quick voice notes that everyone can revisit, directly to your Spaces.
Create shareable anchor links that let everyone navigate and find stuff across a Space.
Get a head start with pre-made templates designed to get the team's creative juices flowing.
Get a bird's-eye view of the entire Space so that you never get lost.
"Vani is the starting point for all our projects. When you work together with your team, it's hard to explain something without visuals. Vani is where we organize and plan our ideas."
Majo Visual designer, LATAM Marketing
"For years, I started with a doc. It was always hard to transition from text to mockups. With Vani, we can visualize webpages while writing and collaborating on the copy. Vani has replaced my primary content tool."
David Elkins Head of Comms
"As a UX writer, I always envisioned a platform where developers, designers, and UX writers could collaborate seamlessly. Thanks to Vani, my team and I now enjoy that experience. By working together in one unified space, we save time and effort while significantly minimizing the chances of errors or miscommunication."
Alen J. Abraham Lead, User Education