The perspective of an email developer is vital for understanding email marketing as a channel for product promotion and interaction with the target audience. Email marketers and email developers often look differently at how some aspects of emails affect results, so today, we decided to look from the side of developers. We talked to award-winning senior email developer, host of Email on Acid’s “Notes from the Dev Megan Boshuyzen about what is critical for creating emails and how to speed up email production. Megan Boshuyzen is the senior email developer at Sinch Email, overseeing email development for Sinch’s Mailgun, Mailjet, Email on Acid, and Voicemail Phone Number InboxReady products. She also leads Email on Acid’s monthly “Notes from the Dev” newsletter.
From graphic design to email development
She co-hosts its accompanying video series, helping to advance the email development space by spotlighting thought leaders and sharing best practices. A graphic designer turned email developer, Megan believes that well-designed emails can transform how businesses communicate with their customers and create positive change. Hey Megan, it’s fantastic to Israel Phone Number Data have you with us. We would love to hear about your insights and expertise in email design.
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I’m so happy to contribute! I got my graphic design/digital arts degree and designed my very first email in 2008 while at a graphic design internship. But I was very proud of it. From there, email graphics were always part of my responsibilities as the graphic designer on staff. I never thought I would go into email full-time. At first, I hated it! That changed in 2017 when I joined the Harold Grinspoon Foundation as their Web and Communications Associate, a Jewish Non-Profit. I eventually became their Email Marketing Specialist as I fell in love with the BUY Lead industry and email design/development. I took their fledgling email program and built it up to many newsletters and other types of email communications per month.