What do you get when a company known for custom design turns its attention to readymade templates? You get campaign templates with all the love and care of custom design, of course.
That’s what’s coming in our Template Gallery, and we couldn’t help but share a small sampling of the brand new email template designs you’ll have access to in a few weeks.
We’ve always believed in making great design accessible to everyone, and these templates represent a tremendous step toward fully realizing that vision.
If you’re an Emma customer, the gallery will allow you to instantly add templates to your account and customize most of them on the fly with your own brand colors and logo. (Of course, custom design will still be available with even more personalized service.)
They’ll all look great and deliver beautifully to all popular email inboxes. But that’s not all. Every template has a built-in, coordinated suite of styles for text, links and captions. And each comes with three variations in design and content styling, so you get an entire collection for newsletters, postcards and memos.
And of course, these templates work with our new drag & drop content editing system and new image editor, both of which are currently being tested by a smaller group of Emma customers and will be rolled out to everybody in a few weeks.
Together, it’s an entirely new kind of thinking about email design, and it’s all, ahem, designed to make sure your email looks great from top to bottom — and gets great results, too.
Oh, and did we mention that it’s all free for Emma customers? Take a look at some gorgeous examples.
Old Havana gives vintage texture a tropical twist. Make it yours by editing the header with your company name and tagline.
Reminiscent of old world adventure, Cartographers Society features an editable headline and tagline.
Minimal and natural, Inverness lets you change the banner and footer color to support your own branding. Of course, you can change the title, too.
Pacific Heights, with its clean lines and fresh look, gives you space to add quick links and a note to readers above the first featured article.
In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing even more sneak peeks of our Template Gallery, and we’ll let you know when they’re available in your Emma account. If you have any questions along the way, please don’t hesitate to ask.