My Top 3 Product Recommendations for 2022

What’s yours?

Clyde D'Souza


Cover image for this article featuring the three product logo’s.
Canva, Miro and Figma logo’s.


In this post, I’ll share my top 3 SaaS product recommendations. I’ve been using each of these products for a while now and I trust that if you have a similar use case, you’ll love using these products, too. Let’s go!


Launched in 2013, Canva is an online design and publishing tool with a mission to empower everyone in the world to design anything and publish anywhere, and they absolutely deliver on this.

I’ve been using Canva for a few years now and have really admired how intuitive it is. Over these years, I’ve created heaps of designs using Canva, including posts for social media, design assets for my online classes, YouTube thumbnails and even book covers that are now published on Amazon. I’ve also uploaded my own designs to Canva for other creators to consume. There are heaps of free design assets and if that’s not enough, you can even buy additional design assets for your project.

Screenshot of the Canva editor.

Canva has recently introduced video editing capabilities with over 25,000 royalty-free audio tracks. Along with that, you can schedule posts from Canva, share your presentations directly using a link, get your designs printed on mugs and t-shirts, use a pencil to draw and sketch, and collaborate with your team in real-time. Canva also has an app marketplace to offer additional functionality that Canva doesn’t offer out of the box.

Canva also has an online design school where you can learn about design on-demand. For non-profits, you can apply here to get the premium features for free.

Join me on Canva by clicking this link (referral link). Canva’s native app is available for desktop and mobile devices, too.


Miro’s mission is to empower teams to create the next big thing. It was launched in 2011 as RealtimeBoard and then grew into the robust visual collaboration platform we now know as Miro.

Think of Miro like a blank canvas — because that’s essentially what you get when you create a new Miro…