Your visual knowledge base

Channelkit is a tool for anyone who works with information and wants to have it structured and in one place.

Websites, contacts, articles, PDF files or images. All displayed as neat cards in channels.

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Channels

Organize your content by grouping it into thematic channels.

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Hierarchy

Split channels into groups to provide deeper hierarchy for your knowledge base.

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Public channels

Your channels are all private, but you can publish them, customize their design and let others subscribe to them.

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Multiple view

Your cards can be viewed and published in grid, full or list format.

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Tags and categories

Apply tags and smart categories to structure your channels in a professional way.

Article
Article
Book
Book
Tool
Tool
Note
Note
Image
Image
Video
Video
Contact
Contact

For smart designers

We know designers want everything to be visual, and we also know how much they like to have their work neatly organized: selections of the best design studios, references, tools, research materials.

With Channelkit designers can make a visual mood board of all types of information. Not just images.

For today’s educators

Whether you are a professor or just preparing a one-off workshop, you’ll likely need to put together books, articles and other reference materials for your listeners. Channelkit allows you to do that.

Students subscribe to your channel and get notifications of updates, in addition to collecting their own findings.

For diligent journalists

Journalists save a lot of information before writing an article or a blog post. With Channelkit they can always go back to the materials they’ve referenced: articles, resources, experts.

Many use Channelkit to put together portfolios of stories they’ve written.

About

We started to create Channelkit because of our common need to collect and organize information and the lack of convenient tools to do it. We hope we can now help you manage your web research too.

Lisa Oreshkina

Lisa is our product manager and designer. She had previously created her own information design firm developing design and product architecture for startups as well as established businesses.

Greg Funtusov

Greg is the one leading our development process from the very start. He loves building systems that help solve problems and that’s what he enjoys most about Channelkit.

Nina Zavrieva

Nina has a business background, which included management consulting, as well as business development for IT and e-commerce. She leverages that in Channelkit when it comes to business, marketing and communications.

Lara Simonova

Lara has a scientific background, but recently found her calling in information architecture. She is the most detail-oriented member of the Channelkit team responsible for operations, reporting and analytics.

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