This article was originally written in 2017: if you are working on a “Year in Review” email or landing page for this year, you will still find plenty of good inspiration. Plus you can find lots of A Year in Review email and landing page templates in our template catalog.
It’s time to say goodbye to 2017! We’re all taking a moment to reflect on the past twelve months. And that means our inbox is full of year in review emails that round up, list, and summarize highlights from 2017. Brands take different approaches to this chance to reflect, so let’s look at some of our favorite designs!
Subject: Our best stories about culture in 2017
We love this responsive, infographic-esque design that uses beautiful color blocking to maximize impact and stand out.
Subject: A very big 2017
Vimeo proves live text can be just as beautiful as a custom font, and the content dividers and playful headers are simple and sweet.
The Great Discontent
Subject: Best of TGD: 2017 in Review
Line breaks and bold, underlined links make this simple design is easy to read.
The New York Times
Subject: Wrap up 2017 with our annual Year in Review
There’s nothing not to love about this gridded, clear, tappable design from The New York Times.
Brit + Co
Subject: Your year in review
White space between modules adds a little breathing room to this z-pattern email.
Subject: A Year in Review
Grovemade proves you don’t have to highlight every month if you don’t want to!
Subject: The Best Photography Features of 2017
No text, no problem. This email says it all in the subject line.
That’s a wrap, beloved email geeks and gurus! Thank you for following along with us in 2017. We can’t wait to continue the email exploration in 2018!
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