On giving a message its form.
On giving a message its form.
The email template design system model in Blocks Edit.
Like email being around for a long-time to come, so will these fundamentals.
For organizations that use a single sign-on solution for their team's account management.
If you use MJML to code your email templates, here's how to add Blocks Edit editable tags to your MJML template code.
A modular email template that acts as a prototype for your own email template.
A new toolbar-based sidebar with improved layouts functionality.
Managing email assets independently, so you have control over them beyond the tools and platforms you use.
The types of visual email editors: simplified with template options, complex builders, and using your own custom template.
Utilize AWS's content delivery service in your email production workflow.
Make your SFMC assets accessible in Blocks Edit and let your team build and edit emails and export them to Content Builder.
Personalization and privacy seem to be in conflict with each other. Here's how to fix that.
Add images from your remote server using Blocks Edit and export your email with image URLs automatically included.
Working together on a team based on maximizing the most valuable aspects of your skillset while allowing other team members to maximize what they’re good at.
At least half of email opens now happen on mobile. So there’s no longer an excuse to not enhance your emails for mobile!
Our spring, mobile-focused update allows adjusting the editor view to mobile and making edits while in it as well.
Branding and design aesthetics can sound like a fuzzy proposition, but understanding their underlying principles can lead to strategic results.
How interactive messaging and conversational marketing can be applied to marketing emails.
A big trend is the shift towards using a design system for email campaigns.
We're just wrapping up the second half of the year working on some new features that build on the core framework to make your template even more powerful.
Slide deck and notes from my talk on email marketing for web developers.
There is a resurgence in email marketing and an increased demand for marketers, copywriters, designers, and developers.
Design thinking is essentially both creative and analytical thinking working together holistically.
An email client is our canvas, HTML and CSS are our paints and the tools we use for our content act as our paintbrush.
Break things down, understand each job, find specialized tools, connect them all together around your assets.
I'm going to guide you through using the power of thinking about email templates modularly, or in 'blocks'.
It ultimately allows you to put together content in a way that feels more natural and come out with the best quality email each time.
It may be time to revaluate your production process and spend less time in the trenches.
Our latest update is all about being able to make templates more customizable in very fundamental ways.
Based on initial feedback, the first wave of updates built on the essentials and added some important functionality.
Blocks Edit is now live and ready for you to improve how you send out marketing campaigns.