Today I couldn’t be more excited to see our new site and brand out in the wild. For the last six months our very own Buzz Usborne has been working like a crazy man to pull all of this together. As well as a totally new brand, which he’ll share more about soon, we’ve completely rethought the structure of the site to make things easier to find.
Massive resources overhaul
We’ve simplified our resources section with a fresh new design that makes it easy to find what you’re looking for. This includes an awesome new Will it Work section collating all our research on what does and doesn’t work in HTML email in one place.
All new guides
We’ve converted our popular Sitepoint book on email marketing (which has sold more than 16,000 copies) into a set of 6 free guides on everything from planning an email campaign, designing, coding and even how designers can sell email marketing services to their clients. We’ve got a few more additions to this section in the pipeline right now.
Beautiful new email gallery
Our email gallery is all about showcasing the amazing design talent of our customers. Over the last 8 years (scary but true) this has grown to include more than 650 inspiring examples of just how beautiful HTML emails can be. The new gallery is now a pleasure to browse as a grid of thumbnails with infinite scroll. You can even browse by type, such as newsletters or invitations and layout, such as single or two column.
See who you’re talking to
Our new-look FAQ and customer forums make it easy to get your questions answered, but when you need to speak to someone, we now show you who is online and where they’re based in real-time. We pride ourselves on providing super fast 24 hour support from 10 different cities worldwide. Now you can see exactly who is available to help, and from where.
Take a look around
There really is too much good stuff to include in one post. From the mobile optimized blog, a better way to meet the team, to the best looking customer forums on the planet, there are improvements to just about every corner of the site. Take a look around, let us know if you spot anything that’s broken (it’s going to happen) and please, let Buzz know what you think of all his hard work in the comments.