April 19, 2010
Loving The Yellow Brick Road's recent review of the html newsletters for each political party. Yes, the Conservative one from George Osborne had a personal signature, but it was very wordy with no sub-headings, making it pretty hard to digest.
Yes, The Green Party one is OK. Colourful, easier to read & there are short intros with links to longer articles, interesting images & links to various Green party sites and profiles. Plus a prominent link to their RSS feed and a website-like footer with links to more Green Party information.
And over to the Lib Dems. Oh what huge images Mr Clegg & what a basic layout? And what are those strange coloured links all about?
Oh and what about good old Labour? A case of failure to deliver again, as the only thing received was a 'thanks for signing up' one. Do you reckon they do know there is an election in a few weeks? So on the customer email engagement debate, The Green Party is ahead in the html design polls so far.....
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