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10 Awesome Email Designs We Have Loved So Far in 2021

By Gabrielle Uncategorized

To say the first few months of this year have been strange would be a a rather large understatement; however, if one thing's certain, it's that the quality and creativity of email designs keeps on getting better.

Whether you're looking for email inspiration for your next campaign or just a general #EmailGeek like we are, you're in the right place!

In this roundup, we're covering our 10 favorite emails of 2021 so far, including seasonal campaigns, announcements, product launches, automated mailings, and more. Keep on reading to scroll through our favorite campaigns of the year and get exclusive tips on how to recreate these styles in your own emails!

10 Awesome Emails We Have Loved So Far in 2021


When announcing their acquisition of Topshop, HIIT and Miss Selfridge, ASOS launched an exciting promotion, giving customers 25% off their latest brands.

The bright black and yellow color scheme paired with big, bold text immediately attracts attention and creates an email design that just has to be clicked on.

email promotion by ASOS

The yellow and black theme in this design by ASOS immediately draws the customer in

Make it in Mail Designer:

Mail Designer 365 has 1000s of license free web fonts available, as well as ready-made text objects to drag and drop into your design. Use these for call-to-action buttons, eye-catchers, and headlines:

email promotion created in mail designer 365

Really Good Emails

Of course, email campaigns are not always sales and promotion based, as demonstrated here by Really Good Emails. We are all for brands using their platforms to do good and promote key values and that's exactly what can be seen in this statement.

A simple email header does enough to compliment the layout and show the RGE branding without taking away from the importance of the content.

For subscribers, emails such as this contribute positively towards the overall brand image and help improve the CSR (corporate social responsibility) of the company.

company statement email by Really Good Emails

The message in this email by Really Good Emails shines through loud and clear and does a great job of showing the company's stance on an important issue

Make it in Mail Designer 365

Mail Designer 365 has a variety of email templates for company announcements and statements. Simply insert your logo and edit to share your important message with subscribers.

HTML email template for company statements


Sharing positive reviews is one great way to generate more buzz around your products - as shown in this bright and colorful email design by JUDY.

We love the emphasis created by using a shape to frame the reviewer quote and the hot orange color scheme is also totally on brand. Including a CTA (call-to-action) right after a positive review is a great way of influencing customers to get their hands on a much-loved product.

email design by JUDY

This colorful design by JUDY promotes their emergency kits by including positive customer reviews

Make it in Mail Designer 365

Mail Designer 365  offers a range of shape tools which you can use to create similar eye-catchers in your designs. Whether you're showcasing a review, building CTA buttons or highlighting product features, you can configure shapes to perfectly fit the overall look and feel of your brand:

customer testimonial accent box created in Mail Designer 365


Rule number one of a good gift guide: Include impressive product photos. The rest will come naturally!

This Easter gift guide email by Bunches is a great example of a seasonal promotion. Not only does it stick to the classic Easter color scheme, it also goes the extra mile to point out special details about the advertised products, encouraging the reader to purchase. Of course, the 10% discount also helps seal the deal too!

easter email campaign by Bunches

This warm and inviting gift-guide email by Bunches ticks all the boxes for a classic seasonal campaign with its classic spring coloring

Make it in Mail Designer 365

Proudly show off your best products center stage with an array of eye-catching layout options. Whether you're looking for a full-width feature image or smaller combi product blocks, Mail Designer 365 has dozens of practical layout options you can use in your designs to let your products steal the show:

html email layout for better product placement - made in mail designer 365


We love businesses that also use their emails to share useful knowledge with customers - just like this email by Quizlet for Women's History Month.

The layout is clean and easy to read and helps the reader discover useful resources to read up on.

email for women's history month by quizlet

We love how this email by Quizlet goes all out to share useful, educational content about women's history with readers.


Sticking to the educational theme, this email by Canva is also an in-depth look at how to benefit from their service.

The topic of the email campaign is video creation and its clear structure allows users to process bitesize information and quickly learn more about the topic, without having to leave the email.

Tutorial email by Canva

Tutorial email by Canva

The search box graphic is a smart way for Canva to get more readers on to their website to browse the designs they have available


This email by Thortful may not be winning any prizes for its basic design, but the sentiment behind it is deserving of praise and recognition.

Seasonal events like Mother's Day, Father's Day, etc. are huge in the marketing world but can be sensitive to some. By addressing customers in advance in a direct and considerate manner, Thortful are doing a great job of safeguarding them against any content which may not be appealing or relevant.

As well as this, they are also helping to ensure subscribers who do not wish to receive Mother's Day content will not unsubscribe from their list as a result of too many promotional emails.

Not only is the email personalised for each recipient, it also landed in the "Primary" folder in Gmail, making it hard to miss.

Emails like this aren't seen often but have a tremendous impact on the customer's overall experience with your brand


In this eye-catching promotion for the classic and beloved Mario Bros, Nintendo use bold colors and prominent CTAs to tempt recipients into making the most of the 35% off offer.

The star rating at the bottom of the email is also a great way of allowing subscribers to share their response to the email, giving them scope for further optimization in the future.

email promotion by Nintendo

Bold colors, striking CTAs and fun promotional graphics make this sales email by Nintendo one of our favorites of the year

Make it in Mail Designer 365

Recreate these all-important star rating charts in Mail Designer 365 using the star shape tool. In a hurry? Find ready-made ratings graphics in the content sidebar:

star ratings graphic made in mail designer 365


Spotify do a great job of segmenting their email list based on the music preferences of users. This allows them to create tailored content like this email promoting an exclusive London Grammar vinyl.

The engaging email copy, use of personal pronouns in the subject line ("London Grammar made you something special) and "thank you" message all work together to give the recipient the impression they are connecting directly with their favorite artists.

email design by Spotify

This email campaign by Spotify is a great example of personalisation and tailoring email content specifically for smaller target groups.

Buffy Inc

Email is a great tool to promote your other social media platforms, such as your Instagram account, and grow your following even more.

This email by Buffy Inc is a great example of how to promote your products and Instagram account at the same time. The real life product photos serve as informal customer testimonials which help influence your readers and reinforce trust in your products.

The social media CTA box rounds off the Instagram-themed email nicely and even encourages customers to share their own product photos: a win-win for the business!

email template by Buffy Inc

html email design by Buffy Inc

This campaign by Buffy not only shows their products in action, it also draws subscribers' attention to their Instagram account

Make it in Mail Designer 365

The Mail Designer 365 Contents library contains logos and icons for all leading social media platforms, including Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook, YouTube, and Tumblr. This makes it easy to build up social media CTAs and promote your platforms in your emails:

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Email Marketing for the Healthcare Sector - What You Need to Know

By Gabrielle Industry Examples

With the digital age really taking storm, organizations worldwide are looking for ways to use technology to streamline their workflows. The healthcare sector is no exception: With more and more medical practices taking the plunge and switching over to electronic forms of communication, we're looking at how email can be utilized in the healthcare industry.

In this guide, you'll find all you need to know about the benefits of developing an email strategy for your medical practice, as well as some of our best practice tips to get you started!

Why should I use email for my medical practice?

As well as being low cost and super easy to use, email is proven to be a highly effective mode of communication.

Communicating with staff and patients via email is an efficient way to share important news, make big announcements, and help simplify the day-to-day administration of your medical practice.

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What kind of emails are sent in the healthcare sector?

As the healthcare sector spans across such a broad range, the world really is your oyster when it comes to building up an email strategy.

That being said, here are some popular ways medical practices and clinics are utilising email to benefit patients and streamline communications:

  • Welcome emails and important information for new patients
  • Automated emails: Appointment confirmations/reminders, test results, invoices, doctor ratings, feedback forms
  • Promotions: Discounted cosmetic procedures (i.e. teeth whitening, laser hair removal)
  • Informative Newsletters: Medical tips, healthcare advice, pregnancy advice
  • News & Announcements: Clinic closures, new telephone number/opening hours, new equipment, video consultations
  • Targeted campaigns: Flu jabs, vaccinations, pap smear test, dental check up
  • Internal staff updates, medical board, meeting minutes, health & safety policy

What to Include in Emails for Your Medical Practice: The Essentials

Incorporate your practice's branding

No matter how big or small, every medical practice has its own unique identity which should also be reflected in your emails.

Your branding is what your patients associate with you and often the reason they choose you over other practices. Incorporating important brand elements such as your logo and color scheme helps patients connect the email with your practice and adds to the overall impact.

medical email template in Mail Designer 365

Include your practice's logo in a prominent position within your design to really emphasise your branding

Use personalisation to connect with patient

Connecting to patients on a personal level is an important way of gaining their trust and helping them feel at ease. This also goes for your emails. Using placeholders for personalisation allows you to go the extra mile for patients and tailor emails just for them.

Keep the tone calm, professional and reassuring

In many cases, your emails will be related to sensitive issues such as medical appointments, test results, and important reminders.

It's best practice to ensure the tone of your email copy is calm and reassuring, especially when the aim is to encourage patients to book a check up or attend an appointment.

Keep the email text clear and concise so that your message gets straight to the point.

Use sensible font options

Continuing on from the last point, it is also best to use a simple typeface for your email copy. In most cases, sans serif fonts tend to work best as they are clean and  and usually easier to read.

In contrast, using a more elegant or artistic typeface can take away from the key message of your email and also come across as unprofessional. Moreover, elaborate fonts can also be challenging for any patients with visual impairments or reading difficulties to process, making your emails less accessible.

Read more about accessibility in emails here.

Include a range of contact information

As a medical practice, it's critical your patients are always able to get in touch with you. For this reason, every email you send should contain all your key contact information.

This is particularly useful if patients have questions relating to the content in your email. Having all your contact details on hand makes it easier for them to get the answers they need right away.

Mail Designer 365 offers a range of link types, including mailto links, telephone links and SMS links. Configure your mailto links with a pre-determined subject line and message to speed up the process even more.

configuring contact links in a medical email template in mail designer 365

Configure custom contact links in your emails to make it easier for patients to get in touch

Write a disclaimer and link to your privacy policy

Healthcare is a sensitive topic and for your patients, privacy is key. Ensure every email you send clearly includes all the relevant information in the disclaimer, including links to your practice's privacy policy, imprint and other general information.

Most countries also require you to give recipients the chance to opt out of receiving emails, especially if these emails are of a promotional nature. For this reason, it's best practice to include an unsubscribe link, in order to avoid a hefty fine!


email disclaimer for medical emails

Be sure to include all key links and information in your email disclaimer, including an unsubscribe link

Find out more about best practice for email disclaimers here.

Email Marketing Techniques for the Healthcare Sector

As well as appointment confirmation and reminder emails, your practice can also utilise email as a convenient way of marketing your services or reaching out to patients.

Send feedback request emails

Whether it's a doctor's appointment, a dental check up or a visit to the eye doctor, it's important your patients go in feeling at ease and come out feeling satisfied and ready to recommend you further.

Useful feedback is important in the healthcare sector and you can use email to encourage patients to let you know how they found their experience.

As well as Google and Yelp ratings, there are also a number of online rating platforms for doctors which potential new patients may use when making a decision about your practice. Furthermore, you can also set up an anonymous Google Form or survey to get feedback for your own internal use.

However you collect feedback, making the feedback email part of your email strategy is a convenient way to allow patients to anonymously share their thoughts with you.

medical feedback email created in Mail Designer 365

Sending feedback emails - like this one created in Mail Designer 365 - is a great way to find out more about your patients' experience with your practice

Advertise promotions and new services

If your practice also offers cosmetic procedures such as teeth whitening, teeth straightening, veneers, etc. you can also advertise these in your emails - especially if you have a promotion on!

This also goes for other branches of medicine, including chiropractors, physiotherapists, massage therapists, etc. looking to promote their services.

In addition, if your practice has access to a new piece of medical equipment or state of the art technology, your email newsletter is also a good place to let patients know about this.

Put together targeted medical campaigns 

Flu vaccines, dental check-ups, pap smear tests, eye tests: They're all commonly known for being put off by patients!

Use email strategically to encourage patients to book in for these all important appointments. Don't forget to stress the benefits of regular check ups and include easy links to your booking form.

Tip: Using personalised placeholders in these emails is also super effective in making the recipient feel like you're directly reaching out to them.

Getting Started with an Email Strategy for Your Medical Practice

So, there you have it - our top tips and best practice guidance on utilising email for the healthcare sector. We hope you have enjoyed this guide and will consider taking some of these ideas on board for your medical practice.

Mail Designer 365 has all the tools and resources you need to create a professional collection of email templates for your practice.

How to create an email strategy for your medical practice:

  1. Download the Mail Designer 365 App for free to use on your Mac
  2. Explore a range of pre-made templates and resources, or create your own design with the drag & drop editor
  3. Send your designs directly to patients from Mail Designer 365 via Delivery Hub

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Email Marketing for Events - Best Practice Tips and Template Inspiration

By Gabrielle Uncategorized

Whether it's a virtual meeting, a webinar or a larger physical function, putting together a great business event takes a large amount of hard work and dedication. For this reason, when it comes to promoting your event, you need to have a good strategy in place to ensure all your hard work pays off.

Why should I use email to promote my business event?

Email is a great tool you can utilise as part of your overall event marketing strategy. In comparison to unsustainable flyers, fleeting social media posts, and expensive ads, sending a stylish HTML email is a cost effective way for you to advertise your company's next big event whilst also including all key information for stakeholders and invitees.

In this guide, we're sharing some key best practices with you that you should consider when working on emails to promote your next big event.

Email Marketing Best Practices for Business Events

Use clear branding

Generally, hosting an event is a way for your business to show its expertise in a certain area, as well as demonstrating professionalism and attracting potential new clients. For this reason, it's critical that your event emails are representative of your corporate identity.

When designing your initial announcement emails, be sure to tie in all your usual branding elements. On a visual level, this includes your logo, typeface, color scheme, email layout etc. However, it's also important that your email copy reflects the tone and standard of the copy used on your website and other marketing literature.

Creating a consistent brand image in your emails will only work in your favor, as both potential and existing clients will be more able to form a connection with you.

email invitation by Facebook Developer Conference

Although simple, this email perfectly matches the overall branding and style of F8.

Tip: Mail Designer 365 has all the tools you need to truly customise your email designs for your brand. With support for custom color schemes and over 1000 available web fonts (including easy import options for custom fonts), your emails will be truly reflective of your brand's core identity.

List all key details in the email

No matter the size of your event, the initial invitation / announcement email will be the main point of reference for your invitees.

Ensuring all the key event details are listed in one place is a good way for invitees to know exactly where and when your event is taking place, as well as other important information such as:

  • How to register for the event / purchase tickets
  • Online events: Where to access the webinar/livestream/meeting/etc.
  • Equipment needed
  • Travel and accommodation tips
  • Contact information for support and questions

Clearly presenting this information in your email will make it much more useful and informative to the recipient.

Create an event agenda

One way to get invitees really excited for your event is by including an appealing event agenda in your email - this is particularly effective for bigger events like conferences, launch events or retreats.

Not only does this help registered attendees plan for the event and know what to expect, it's also a fantastic way of convincing those on the fence that your event isn't one to miss.

webinar promotion by Zapier

Zapier include a useful breakdown of what to expect in this webinar, including the estimated duration.

Tip: Using a bold table layout is a great way to clearly present an event agenda, as shown in this Event Agenda Design Idea -  exclusively available in Mail Designer 365:

html email template for event agenda

Attach calendar event

Most leading calendar services allow users to export events as a practical ICS file that others can import into their own calendars. Attaching this file to your email is a great way to make it easier for invitees to keep track of your event.

Here's how to attach a calendar file or link to your Mail Designer 365 email.

Tip: Include a reminder with the event file to ensure invitees don't forget!

Share exciting content from past events

If your event is a recurring one (i.e. an annual conference or monthly webinar), you may want to consider sharing some highlights from previous years. This could include video snippets, presentations, or podcast recordings from successful events of the past.

Not only does this give those first-time invitees a sneak peek of the kind of thing that's in store, it also helps reinforce the value of your event to previous attendees by reminding them of how interesting and entertaining it was the last time!

Include social media cross promotion

Utilising social media is an effective way to generate a buzz around your event. For example, coming up with a dedicated event hashtag allows attendees, hosts and guest speakers to network before the event and also can help attract the attention of those who have not yet registered or purchased a ticket.

Use your event marketing emails to simultaneously promote your social media platforms and encourage guests to join the online conversation. This will also help you grow your social media following longer term!

Litmus email promotion for an upcoming event

Litmus do a great job of cross-promoting their Twitter account with a dedicated event hashtag.

Tip: Mail Designer 365 has all the resources you need to build eye-catching social media call-to-actions and direct readers to your Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, etc.

Send out reminders

Even with an automated calendar invitation, sending out a final reminder email is a friendly way to give attendees all the last minute information they may require before the event.

If there were any final details missing from your previous emails (i.e. specific start times, last minute changes), this email is your chance to keep invitees informed and up to date.

event reminder email by CI Radar

CI Radar provide invitees with a really useful overview in this reminder email.

Be sure to include positive phrases such as "we are looking forward to seeing you there...", "can't wait to connect..." in order to generate more excitement around your event and also make guests feel reassured and welcomed.

Tip: Mail Designer 365 supports custom mailto, sms, and telephone links. Utilise these and add your contact information so invitees can easily get in touch. You can even add a pre-filled message and subject line to help your team keep track more easily.

Thank attendees after the event

Especially if events are a regular part of your business strategy - sending a warm thank you email to attendees is an important part of their overall experience with your organisation. A positive experience all round can also help ensure guests will return again for future events.

You can also use your thank you email as a way to gather feedback after the event has taken place. For example, including a simple star rating will give you a good idea of how satisfied guests were overall.

If you want to go one step further, you could even link out to a more detailed feedback form or survey - especially if there are particular elements of the event you wish to optimise. As an incentive for taking part in the feedback, you could create a giveaway or offer a discount or free gift. The more creative, the better!

Build Up Your Event Marketing Strategy with Mail Designer 365

We hope you will find these tips useful when planning the email marketing strategy for your next event.

Mail Designer 365 is an essential tool for creating stylish and functional emails for your business. As well as email templates for events, Mail Designer also offers a wide range of designs for dozens more use cases, including seasonal, sales, automated, and announcements. See all our HTML Design Ideas here!

event invitation email template

html email template for online event invitation

html email template for event agenda

Want to create your own design from scratch but don't have the time? Thanks to the intuitive drag & drop editor, Mail Designer 365 makes it easy to build flawless campaigns in no time. Try for free today and see what you can create for your business!

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Spring Email Marketing Strategy: 5 Events You Need on Your Radar

By Gabrielle Mail Designer 365 Newsletter Academy

With spring fast approaching, now is a great time to take another look at your email marketing calendar and start planning your upcoming campaigns for the next few months.

Spring hosts an array of exciting holidays and occasions that you can easily incorporate into your email marketing strategy and produce exciting email content your subscribers will love.

To help you get inspired for the new season, we've listed 5 major events coming up in spring plus, ideas and examples of awesome marketing emails you can try out in your own spring email strategy.

How do seasonal changes affect consumer behaviour?

Weather and seasonal changes play a great role in the way customers perceive your business and how they choose to spend money. Over the years, many studies have been carried out on the correlation between seasonal changes and consumer behaviour and the general consensus shows a change in season influences many shoppers to start stocking up.

For example, with the first glimmers of spring sunshine often comes:

  • a new wardrobe,
  • different recipes and food choices,
  • the urge to get active or start working out at the gym,
  • vacation planning,
  • seasonal events and holidays,
  • a surge in spring cleaning and DIY,
  • a rise in outdoor activities and gardening,
  • and much more!

For this reason, the transition from winter into spring poses the perfect opportunity to target customers getting ready for the new season with a fresh, new campaign.

a family on a spring walk

The start of spring encourages many people to start changing their habits, including taking up outdoor activities again.

5 Major Spring Holidays You Need to Plan for

Recognising major seasonal events ensures your email content remains relevant and interesting to your audience. Spring is a great time for new campaigns, as it welcomes a wide range of key events, including major religious holidays and public holidays.

Want to get started? Check out this list of major spring holidays and discover campaign examples to get inspired!

1. St Patrick's Day Email Campaigns

As a celebration of all things Irish, St Patrick's Day is well known for its fun and frivolity. For this reason, it's a great way to kick off your spring marketing strategy.

Adding a splash of green and some witty wordplay to your email can be enough to give a nod to this fun event. Otherwise, you could go the extra mile with a themed sale or lucky dip style promotion, like this example by J Crew:

st patrick's day email campaign

This St Patrick's Day email campaign by J Crew perfectly captures the fun nature of the holiday

Want more tips? Check out our post on St Patrick's Day email marketing.

2. Easter Email Campaigns

In the western world, Easter is arguably one of the biggest events of the spring and a time for both religious and non-religious families to come together and celebrate.

As well as being an important religious holiday, Easter in general is also seen by many as the height of spring and, depending on the country, often marks the transition into warmer weather.

Take this chance to start integrating warm-weather themes into your campaigns and if relevant to your business, now is also a great time to start promoting outdoor activities and vacations.

Of course, we also can't forget the connection between Easter and sweet treats! Incorporating a chocolate or Easter egg theme is also a great way to go if you're stuck on ideas - like in this tongue-in-cheek example by Jack Threads.

Easter email campaign by Jack Threads

This Easter-themed campaign by Jack Threads is a fun and creative example of how to include traditional Easter themes in a simple sales email.

Want more tips? Check out our post on Easter email campaigns.

3. Ramadan and Eid-al-Fitr Email Campaigns

As almost a quarter of the world's population, Islam is the second largest religion in the world, making Ramadan and Eid two major events in the spring marketing calendar.

Depending on the demographic of your target audience, the Ramadan season and build up to Eid-al-Fitr may be important additions to your email marketing plan.

Similarly to Easter for the Christian population, Eid is a massive occasion for muslims all over the world, usually celebrated with good food and large family gatherings.

Even if you are not planning a specific promotion, if you know you have a large muslim customer base, sending out an "Eid Mubarak" email to those of your subscribers celebrating is a kind gesture.

Ramadan email greeting created in Mail Designer 365.

Ramadan email greeting created in Mail Designer 365.

4. Mother's Day Email Campaigns

The exact date of Mother's Day differs from country to country, but in the majority of countries, Mother's Day falls during the spring.

Mother's Day is a major sales event worldwide and is celebrated by the majority of people. For your business, it presents the opportunity to not only promote gifts and activities for families, but also to thank Mothers all over. This can be done in the form of a special promotion or just a simple appreciation message.

During this time, many businesses opt to create a Mother's Day gift guide to inspire customers, like in this example from Marks and Spencer:

Mother's Day gift guide by Marks & Spencer

A gift guide like this one by Marks & Spencer is a great way to inspire shoppers looking for the perfect present.

Want more tips? Check out this post on Mother's Day email campaigns.

5. Memorial Day Email Campaigns

As spring draws to a close, Memorial Day is the last big holiday before the start of the summer.

The long weekend at the end of May is often a chance for a small getaway or, if you're staying in town, a cookout or get-together.

Like any holiday weekend, Memorial Day is a chance for a big promotion while customers are in the mood to spend. This summer-themed promo by Bed, Bath & Beyond is a great way to end the current spring season and start getting ready for a new one!

Memorial Day email campaign by Bed, Bath & Beyond

Use your Memorial Day email campaign to get your customers ready for a long hot summer!

Want more tips? Check out our favorite Memorial Day email campaigns!

More Inspiration for Spring Marketing Campaigns

Our Spring Pinterest board contains tons of great examples of spring email campaigns, designed by the biggest brands. Follow us on Pinterest today to discover our hand-curated collection of top notch email designs and get inspired for spring and the rest of the year!

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