Support for Strartwork

What is this website used for?
Strartwork allows you to generate digital artwork from runs and rides imported from Strava. The GPS traces of activities are converted into lines on either a grid, overlay or map design.
How much does it cost to use the website?
It’s free to create your own artwork on Strartwork. If you’d like to download high resolution images in SVG or PNG formats, it’s just a one time fee of £5 for unlimited digital downloads on all your created Strartworks. This fee helps to maintain the website and build new features.
I do not have a Strava account, can I use this website?
Strartwork only supports the use of Strava activities. If you use another service to track runs or rides, you can try using a service like Taparik to transfer your runs and rides to a Strava account.
How do I use Strartwork?
Click on the “Build” tab to get started. This will then prompt you to login with Strava to access your runs and rides. To create your Strartwork, you then choose a design along with the number of runs or rides you wish to include on your artwork. On the next page, if you selected the “map” design then you will have to position your artwork before it is converted into an image. You will then be presented with the customisation page where you an change the colours and line widths on your artwork.
What is Stripe used for?
Stripe is a secure payment system used for handling payments. This means that no credit card details are stored on Startwork. Find out more about Stripe by clicking here.
Something went wrong while using Strartwork!
No worries, just get in touch using the contact form on this page. You can also get in touch using Twitter.
I have a suggestion for Strartwork, how do I send it to you?
Great! I’d love to hear any feedback you may have about Strartwork. You can do this either by using the contact form on this page or contacting me on Twitter.
Who made Strartwork?
Strartwork was built and is maintained by myself, Andrew Deniszczyc, a third year Computer Science student studying at the University of Cambridge. You can follow me on Twitter here.
Can I read your privacy policy?
Sure, you can find the privacy policy here.

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