Publish your posts on the Marvel blog

Posted 3 years ago by Murat Mutlu

We’ve been massively inspired by the stories we’ve been reading by our community, whether it’s career experiences, case studies or just how to do something new in Sketch.

Now we want to help get your writing out to the world, that’s why we’re opening up our blog to our wonderful and diverse userbase. If you’re interested in publishing your ideas on the Marvel blog, we want you to get in touch.

Why publish on our blog?

What kind of post?

It can be anything related to creativity, design, tools, process, clients, behaviour, psychology – the list goes on!

How to get started:

Send us your ideas for articles to writers@marvelapp.com and we’ll be in touch!

Hi! I'm one of the co-founders at Marvel and a Product Designer by trade. You can often find me asking why Arsenal haven't signed anyone this season. Follow me on Twitter.

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