buncee® is your creation and presentation tool, simplified. It’s a fun and easy to use web-based tool that’s been helping students & educators across the world create and learn - both within and outside of the classroom.
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Buncee enables you to easily bring together all kinds of content (buncee artwork, photos, videos, drawings, audio, and links) onto one digital canvas, making a cloud-based, shareable creation.
Student's can use buncee to turn their experiences and lessons into multimedia digital stories, travel scrapbooks, research projects, and more.
Meanwhile, teachers can create interactive lessons and multimedia presentations, flip their classrooms, and send home beautiful newsletters and invitations to parents and the local community.
Teachers can manage their students' work through a private virtual classroom where they can add students, review and grade their buncee submissions, and see the buncee assignments they have sent out to the class.
Letter from the CEO
I’m often asked what made me start buncee. Well, the idea had bounced around a bit at our home over the years, but it began to crystallize following a medical conference hosted by our family's foundation, the Daniella Maria Arturi Foundation. I was writing email thank you notes (I know, horrible…) to the amazing doctors and researchers who attended the conference that year, but I wished I had a way to send a digital “thank you” that would really feel special to them. Not a canned e-card or a plain email with links, but something truly creative, interactive, and personal. I searched around for a user-friendly website with a flexible canvas that would let me create something like this, but there wasn't anything out there. I’m happy to say – now there is!
Today buncee.com provides a fun and easy way to not only create a unique, digital happy birthday or thank you note, but the platform has matured to become a creative creation and presentation tool for education as well.
We were so delighted when teachers and students started encouraging us to bring buncee into their schools! They emphasized that schools were searching for easy and engaging platforms to support student creation, and we were excited to hear how strongly they believed that buncee fulfilled this need for a simple, yet effective digital classroom creation tool.
I love that today educators around the world are using edu.buncee.com for digital storytelling with students, encouraging engagement through multimedia lessons and projects and even designing custom invitations for school events. We have received marvelous feedback on the ease of use and increased student engagement as a result of visually stunning and interactive lessons. It is this positive community feedback and encouragement that fuels our team to continue innovating at buncee each day.
Whether creating thank you notes, invitations, digital stories, lessons, projects, or something else altogether - we hope buncee's digital canvas will be your content creation tool of choice. Use your imagination, let your personality shine through in each buncee, and share your creations with family and friends, colleagues and students, or anyone around the world.
CEO - Buncee LLC
Buncee gives back
The creators of buncee were inspired by their desire for a more flexible and creative way to send digital thank you, updates and event follow-ups to supporters of their family’s charity, the Daniella Maria Arturi Foundation, named in honor of their daughter who lost her life to the rare blood disorder, Diamond Blackfan Anemia (DBA). It is the hope of the creators of buncee that by building an easy platform for users to enjoy a fun and interactive way to create and share their memories, interests, causes, greetings and more, buncee will become a platform used by millions and in turn help generate proceeds to raise awareness and funding to find the cure for DBA. To read the full story behind buncee philanthropy, and to learn more about DBA, visit the Daniella Maria Arturi Foundation website: diamondblackfananemia.org