It doesn’t matter if you are designing a newsletter for the latest sales campaign or a cool series of events, our greatly improved creative tools in Mail Designer Pro will give you the inspiration you need for all your mailings. Here are 4 of our favorite new features in Mail Designer Pro 3…
The grass is growing, the sun is shining, and the grill is warming up – it’s time to promote your summer and sporting events! Today, we would like show you how to overcome your Inner Email Grouch with Mail Designer Pro. With these invitation newsletters tips, you’ll make your mark.
Flashback – Close your eyes. Can you remember the smartphone you had 5-6 years ago? You know, those times when you strolled around the city while surfing the web on your iPhone with 3GS? Back then, an iPhone had a measly resolution of only 480×320 pixels. Now hop back into the time machine! In the meantime, the iPhone 6s Plus has reached a whopping resolution of 1920×1080 pixels! Smartphone screens have become so much sharper, quicker, and more sensitive. Whether you’re carrying an iPhone 6s, a Nexus 6 or a Galaxy 7, the pixel density is so high that you’ll hardly believe your eyes.
This is even more reason why your mobile friendly newsletters need to stay crisp and sharp, down to the last detail. Here are 3 Mail Designer Pro tips to help you achieve just that:
Digital mailboxes are the catwalk for today’s email marketers. You only have a short time to make an impression for your Spring SALE or your up-coming event. It’s time to get your email design into shape! These 7 Mail Designer tips are sure to make your next campaign a hit!
Instead of the same tired web-safe fonts you see in newsletters, Mail Designer Pro offers over 350 font choices that are dynamically loaded so they show up great in modern email clients. Email design has never been more creative. And Email fonts have been more diversified.
Email layout made easy!
Mail Designer Pro includes a wide variety of email layout blocks, designed so you can create almost any type of layout.
But if you have HTML and CSS experience, you can get your hands dirty 😉
With Mail Designer Pro, you can create your own custom layout blocks, that you can simply drop into your design.
The mobile opening rate for emails has increased by 30% within the past 5 years. Far more than half of all newsletters are being read while on the go. It’s even more likely that your newsletter will first be previewed in quick scan mode on a mobile device than comfortably clicked and opened by the recipient from his/her personal Mac while sipping a peppermint tea.
For companies who rely on newsletters, this realistic scenario of recipients checking their emails on an iPhone can be compared to an action game where every newsletter has to battle to survive in the inbox. And as we know, in the end, only the strongest survive.
Mobile features, such as the new 3D Touch experience on the iPhone 6s, increasing resolutions, and expanding screen sizes, put an even greater importance on the details and content of your newsletters. With a short Peek and Pop, iPhone 6s users can quickly preview your Mails, without completely opening them. Yet another reason to be sure your newsletter Designs make a solid and convincing first impression.
Those „oldschool“ animated GIFs have recently had a real come-back in the social media realm. There’s nothing better for getting their attention! Your recipients will be amazed to see such “moving” newsletters from you.
Animated GIFs are super easy to add to your Mail Designs. You can find a whole set of animated GIFs in your Mail Designer Pro Graphics-Palette, ready to bring your newsletters to life. You want to create your own GIF animations for Mail Designer? Here’s how!
Are your newsletters really ready for the Apple Watch?
With the Mail Designer Pro 2.2 update, you can optimize your email design ideas for the newest wearables. Sit back and watch on how you can improve your email design in wearable technology!
Here we go…discover the new features!
How much do you think about your web fonts for email design and its overall result?
Are you a big fan of the modest Helvetica font? Or do you prefer a cooler look with Droid Sans?
Regardless of your current preference, Mail Designer Pro makes it possible to realize your own personal style and creativity by offering more than 500 web fonts for your newsletters. Give them a try! You may just end up with a new favourite.
Gimme 500 – Install fonts
Before you use the additional web fonts, you’ll need to install them. To do this, choose a text area in your newsletter layout.
• Select the font type in the text bubble
• Then choose the web font
• Now click on “Download Fonts”
Depending on how good your internet connection is, it could take a while before all the fonts download. However, once downloaded, you now have access to all these delightful fonts for email design.