We love taking a closer look at awesome email design on this blog. We’re very much hands-on and write about how you too can apply great design to your email marketing in our workshop blog posts using our BEE email editor.
Because our work is so visual, we’re now also sharing the inspiration emails and tips from our posts on Pinterest, where it’s fun and easy to scan through images. Check out the Email Design Workshop on Pinterest! It includes over 100 Pinterest boards on email design, with examples and inspiring ideas from lots of different topics and industries, from Election Day to Back-to-School, from the Travel industry to the Movie world.
Pinterest is such a great resource for designers and marketers. It’s a visual feast for the eyes—you can get all kinds of out-of-the-box ideas for dozens of email campaigns in just a few clicks. To help guide and inspire you, we curated ten of our favorite email design boards. Enjoy these incredible collections and please share your own with us in the comments!
Canva is a drag-and-drop tool for graphic design and photo editing. With 21,000 followers, their Email Designs board with what they call “Some of the most awesome emails we’ve seen on the web” is a great place to go for email design inspiration. Their board is vibrant, colorful, and stocked with gorgeous emails.
King is an email marketing veteran, currently working at Campaign Monitor, the email service provider. He has several boards about email, but we’re fans especially of his Responsive Email Design board, where he pins images that showcase both desktop and mobile versions of emails in one pin. It’s a great way to see great-looking examples of responsive email design in one place, from industries as diverse as fashion, technology, entertainment, and more.
Jessica Marak is a New York-based graphic designer whose board is “for all those designers who have to create countless fashion emails.” Filled with creative emails from Tory Burch to J. Crew to Loeffler Randall, the board is a great resource for product promotion emails that break the mold with color, style, and design.
Creative Nerds is a resource for digital creatives. Their Email Design board is a dynamic collection of bright and colorful emails that really pop out on the page. Creative Nerds adds insightful comments on pins, too, pointing out how specific design techniques make the email successful.
Designer Ionut Radulescu’s Email Design board is a stunning collection of elegant emails, many with muted colors and standout typography. These emails are fresh, modern, and downright inspiring. With almost 600 pins, there’s plenty here to see.
Mocca is an Australian marketing and design company with a whopping 71 boards on Pinterest. “We just love design,” they write. Their email design board, with hundreds of pins, has all kinds of emails, from the photographic to the typographic. It’s a particularly good resource for e-commerce brands.
Based on her pins, Natalia Bernard seems like the kind of person you’d want on your brand’s creative team. She has a terrific eye, and her Pinterest boards offers beautiful examples of email design, along with examples of typography, illustrations, color uses, and more, which can all provide inspiration for email design.
Email on Acid
Email on Acid, which provides tools for email tracking, has a great blog that we’ve referenced before in the Email Design Workshop. They join the fun on Pinterest with this inspiration board that includes both example emails and visual design tips, like infographics and color charts. As always, Email on Acid is a helpful go-to resource for email design, planning, and marketing.
Pinterest pinner “Email” has a robust collection of 75 email design boards broken up by industry and category. With examples as specific as Christmas emails to waiting lists, these boards have inspiring examples for nearly every type of campaign.
What Sophie Does
London-based digital designer Sophie has 1,600 examples of beautiful emails in her popular email design board. Listicles, product announcements, promotions and more—what all these emails have in common is that they’re well designed and make a statement. Scroll through, and there’s no doubt you’ll be inspired.
These design boards offer a quick, fun way to get inspired and give your email design a reboot. If you’re stuck with how to make your campaign stand out or want to try something new, spend some time checking what other brands are up to with these example emails on Pinterest. Then come over to the Email Design Workshop where we show you how to implement email design techniques, step by step!
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