Email Template Designs #1

Newsletters are the most effective way to attract visitors to your product or website, you must have a well-designed newsletter to attract your subscribers. In this post I have compiled a series of well designed beautiful email template designs.

Hybrid Fitness

Hybrid Fitness

Marketspace

Marketspace

Studio Mail

Studio Mail

Sprowt

Sprowt

Schaffer’s

Schaffer's

Give Blood

Give Blood

Mintfest

Mintfest

Alma

Alma

Harley Davidson

Harley Davidson

Hard Craft

Hard Craft

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8 Comments

  • October 13, 2011

    Doug Meierdiercks

    Just a quick comment. I agree these are all very nicely designed, but consider that more than 70% of commercial email cannot be understood without the associated images and, that by default most email clients automatically suppress those images. I think if you could show what these look like with the images turned off and show that the main message is still conveyed to the user such that they are compelled to download the images that would make these more relevant.

    • October 14, 2011

      Mohammad Koubeissi

      Great idea Doug. Watch this space 🙂

  • October 24, 2011

    Sandy Rowley

    beautiful list of eye catching email designs Doug!
    sandy

  • October 30, 2011

    Rob

    I have made a html advert which I only want to send to a few people is there any way I can do this without signing up to something like litmus?

  • November 2, 2011

    Bill Tillman

    This is a wonderful site with some great info. But as usual, I really s**k at html layout. I took one of the free templates and made some adjustments. Got it looking really cool and then inserted the html code into an e-mail message using Outlook 2007. I inserted as text the way I saw the instructions somewhere for it and viola, the thing looked great. But when I sent the e-mail to my yahoo account and then opened up that e-mail with yahoo there were a couple of changes which I can’t seem to correct. Mainly, all of the text ends up being centered instead of left aligned.

    Otherwise I learned a great deal in just a short time by watching the screencasts and reading this site. Thanks and any advice would be appreciated.

  • November 2, 2011

    Bill Tillman

    Forgot to mention one other issue. I noticed that in the e-mail message I received on my yahoo account, all of the images were shown as attachments at the bottom of the body similar to like when I just attach images to a normal e-mail message. When I receive a professionally designed e-mail memo, like the ones I get from the computer superstores, their memos are clean and contain only the advertisement without all the images used listed at the bottom. What’s the trick to this?

    • November 2, 2011

      Mohammad Koubeissi

      Bill,

      Send the HTML email over and I’ll take a look for you.

  • November 2, 2011

    Mohammad Koubeissi

    Rob,

    You can trying using Outlook or Thunderbird to send the email template. I’ll write a guide soon explaining this.