Whether they’re being launched into space as a NASA satellite, or used to find the nearest pizza joint, the Android OS has made quite an impact on the mobile device market
Quite well known for their stylish threads, Banana Republic has successfully brought their touch to this email reminder. Their use of urgency, strong call to action, and contrasting details make for a visually appealing, yet effective, creative piece.
This email combines a custom cartoon illustration with photography that ultimately creates a fun reminder of who the true consumer of these goods is. Calling attention to the savings, however, shows they know who they’re really communicating with.
I’m not usually one to be drawn into to the intricacies and options that make up the world of bedding, but this email really caught my attention. Many emails make the mistake of trying to squeeze in too much, Pottery Barn on the other hand, seems pretty confident you’re going to be drawn in.
Nike has grown from a small Oregon based operation, to one of the most prolific sport equipment brands in the world. Their marketing team probably had something to do with that, and this email is a great example of how.
Ok, so you’re in charge of sending email blasts to thousands of people on your list. But how often should you engage your customers? Do you have a road map for each communication? Does it include auto responders? Monthly newsletters? Follow-ups? How targeted is your messaging? In this article, I’d like to give praise to a group of people who are paving the road to change, one email at a time.
One look at this captivating jetBlue email and you begin to hatch wondrous plans and ideas of beaches and the ocean breeze.
This light hearted and whimsical approach redirects their reader’s focus from spending money to something far more engaging: creative ideas and solutions for their interior space.
I’m always on the lookout for creative ways for handling image blocking. As a subscriber to their cable service, DirectTV sends me periodic emails introducing new movies that are available for download. Recently I’ve spotted a noteworthy trend in the way they handle this challenge.
Here’s another email that recently graced my inbox from L.L. Bean. This is a completely different approach for solving the exact same challenge: which is to politely invite their inactive recipients to stay or go.
One of the most difficult tasks as an email marketer is keeping your mailing list up to date with an active segment of participating recipients. Lately we’ve seen some rather clever and unique techniques for doing just that. This Piperlime.com email is no exception!
Claud Monet once said ‘Color is my day-long obsession, joy and torment.’ Art.com has done a beautiful job complementing Monet’s day-long obsession with this bold, pop-art inspired email design…
We are inspired by the simplicity of this design, its subtle use of red, white, and blue, as well as the balance of strong imagery with emotional copy.
This one column layout is straight and to the point, without being too formal. The designer has stayed true to Shutterfly’s existing brand by…
Though back-to-school is infamous for making children crave more summertime, Gymboree manages to turn it into a celebration with the fun fonts and the big red party balloons!
To commemorate their first birthday in the United States, this designer used funny and prominent image-metaphors with the perfect image to every caption. Their illustration of a musician ‘launching’ off the ground, grasping to an American flag firework is amazingly clear; it matched the title perfectly.
Coding errors in web pages are one thing but errors in HTML emails are an entirely different story. So why is it so much more important? Here are 5 reasons why you should always validate your HTML when developing emails…