We created a demo video which shows the capabilities of our responsive email editor when it comes to building custom email designs from scratch.

 

All of our email templates, which are available on EDMdesigner.com for you (for FREE), were created from scratch with the editor. With our current functionality it is possible to (re)create almost any email template, without writing a single line of code!

For example with the full-width element you can create sexy stripes, what for example our friends at Litmus use in almost all of their email designs…

Litmus-Full-Widthimage source: Litmus Newsletter

…and with the two cell full-width element, you can experiment further with different colors and really exciting layouts, like Prezi.com does.

Prezi Two Cell Full-Widthimage source: Prezi.com newsletter

We will keep up the work to deliver you the best and most flexible responsive email editor in the market, since feedbacks like Rob‘s make us work even harder. 😉

“Love the interface. It is intuitive and easy to use. The full-width element is the best! Great work guys!”

Thank you all! We will keep you posted on our progress, and do not hesitate to drop us a line any time.

Author
Roland Pokornyik

Roland Pokornyik

CEO / Co-founder @ Chamaileon.io & EDMdesigner.com

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