Alessandro Stigliani

Co-founder @Abyssale Joined about 7 years ago

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  • 90 upvotes
  • Posted to Abyssale - Automatically generate banners for social media & online advertising in minutes, Jun 17, 2020

    Hello everyone,

    Today we finally launched Abyssale on Product Hunt!

    We all know that creating marketing assets for your business is a tedious and time-consuming task.

    That’s why we’ve built Abyssale - The only platform that enables you to effortlessly generate banners for your social media & paid advertising campaigns.

    • Set and forget your brand guidelines. Includes: Color, Logo, font, ...
    • Beep Boop! Our robots provide procedural algorithmic banner generation.
    • Automagically resize your banners in other formats.
    • A wide choice of banner formats available: Facebook, Linkedin, Google, ...
    • Share & collaborate! Your single source of truth for visual marketing.
    • Transparent & flexible pricing. Includes a Free plan to scale at your own pace.

    If you have already tried it - we’d be happy to see your comment on Product Hunt. If not - you’re welcome to try out Abyssale. We’d love to hear your feedback!

    2 points
  • Posted to How do I invite someone to Dribbble?, Jan 03, 2018

    Since this kind of question comes up, i have 2 invite available for Dribbble hit me up if you need one

    0 points
  • Posted to SVG to JSX - Convert SVG to React valid SVG, in reply to Simon Evans , May 03, 2017

    Thanks i will look deeper into some documentation to see what i could do with this !

    0 points
  • Posted to SVG to JSX - Convert SVG to React valid SVG, May 02, 2017

    What is the point to use this ? serious question

    2 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: What is your morning routine?, Apr 28, 2017
    • Wake up in a hurry > Damn i overslept again
    • Bathroom usage Fast & Furious style
    • Shower half asleep
    • Public transport half asleep
    • Buy a coffee > so good
    • Smoke 3 cigs > hello darkness my old friend
    • Turn on my icrap
    • Reddit/ company's slack / DN / Dribbble
    • Already noon > ohgodwhy.jpg
    • Repeat
    5 points
  • Posted to Site Design: FailChips, in reply to Scott Brown , Feb 02, 2017

    Well where i currently work we are using the pardot/mandrill combo, but TBH Sendgrid is probably the best emailing solution out there.

    1 point
  • Posted to Site Design: FailChips, in reply to Jonathan Kelley , Feb 01, 2017

    Couldn't agree more, i worked some time ago in the emailing industry and even i have a hard time understanding how to use mailchimp.

    3 points
  • Posted to Must have X years experience, Dec 12, 2016

    I strongly agree with you Mike, i would even add that startup does not want you to gain experience by learning something new in your work time, most of the management i've come across think you should level up on subject only on your free time. And i am talking about design related subjects, not zen gardening.

    0 points
  • Posted to Ask DN: What office chair do you use?, in reply to Tobin Harris , Dec 09, 2016

    looks comfy

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  • Posted to Would you work on a project that challenged your morals?, Dec 08, 2016

    Quite surprised with the other answers, i don't have any issue to work for anything at all, and as a professional i think no one should. Design is not different than any other jobs, the only questions i ask myself are: does it pay well ? does it looks interesting professionally speaking ? Will i learn something out of this experience ?

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