Email Design Inspiration
Handpicked email design inspiration by https://bettr.email/
The tools of an email designer have evolved over time. We no longer need to use clumsy tools like Photoshop that were never meant for email design. At bettr.email we use Figma for email design, Parcel.io for coding, Email on Acid for testing, and Grammarly for grammar and spelling. What's in your email tool kit?
This email from State Bags aims to answer some of their customer's most frequent questions. It's great content that is actually helpful for their audience. We're also fans of the text-message-style design. The other thing we love about this email is that State invites subscribers to reply to this email if they have any other questions. What a refreshing a approach to customer service that you honestly don't see that often.
Ever wondered what makes an email great? At bettr.email we aim to give you insights into what we consider to be some of the best emails on the planet. Find out what makes an eye catching email design, what types of content subscribers actually want to receive, and discover ideas that you can apply to your own email program.
This email is built using MailChimp's Classic Drag and Drop email editor and can be used with the free version of MailChimp. Some of the template key features include: Ten Canva images that can easily be edited with your own logo and text, Mobile responsive design, A wide range of text and image sections that can easily be edited without touching code. This template could be great for a CBD newsletter, welcome email, new product release, or survey emails.
We produced this MailChimp template because we want to make good email design easy. And in our humble opinion, Airbnb sends the most gorgeous and engaging emails around. This email is built using MailChimp's Classic Drag and Drop email editor and can be used with the free version of MailChimp. Visit our Etsy store to add this template to your MailChimp account.