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The term Call-to-action or CTA refers to a button or a link that encourages the user to perform an action. They are heavily used in websites as well as emails. They are often the only reason why an email is sent and can lead to huge traffic. [Tweet this!] Some of the commonly used examples are… Continue reading Term of the week : Call-to-action
Imagine you walk in a store and see this on the door – What would you do? Push or Pull or both? And what about this? Did you just see your hands to check which one is right and which is left? And this? Now, you really wished you could fly! Didn’t you?! And, this… Continue reading 10 characteristics of a good call-to-action
Image Source The term Responsive Email Design refers to an approach to design emails which aims to provide optimal viewing and interaction experience i.e. easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling, across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones). Related Posts: The Changing Inbox – Responsive Email Design 4… Continue reading Term of the week : Responsive Email Design
In the previous post, we have seen with some examples that how the email market has transitioned from desktop to mobile with the emergence of all sorts of new devices. One has to be on top of the game and be able to provide best user experience to all his customers. Although, it’s tough to cater to… Continue reading Best Practices for Responsive Email Design [INFOGRAPHIC]
In the previous post, we talked about how emails have changed over a period of time and become more responsive. It defines how the emails have transitioned from desktop to mobile for various email clients and different screen sizes. It is important that we see examples and learn what is happening in this space. So, here… Continue reading 4 Real examples of Responsive Emails
Responsive Email Design is an approach to design emails which aims to provide optimal viewing and interaction experience i.e. easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling, across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones). Image Source Why should you shift to Responsive Email Design? The number of… Continue reading The Changing Inbox – Responsive Email Design