The email blasts below were created in Constant Contact. I edited the content, finalized the designs, and executed these blasts. I streamlined an email blast process for an organization that sends multiple email blasts a day, and I maintained the email subscription list for the blasts in the Constant Contact database.
Look for the Big Blue Sign!
This email encourages attendance at the events promoted in the blast. The title “Look for the Big Blue Sign” comes from an actual sign that is placed in front of the venue during the event. It is also the subject line for the email. The Chamber’s logo above the headline is manipulated to look like a daily calendar and it includes the date that the email blast was sent. Both the blue sign and calendar logo were created in Adobe Photoshop and inserted into Constant Contact. The banners below the header are individually created in Photoshop and then placed into the email linking to different web pages.
eConnections Weekly News
The eConnections email blast engages members and nonmembers on a weekly basis. I designed the eConnections logo so it resembles The Chamber’s logo. Under the header, I created the headline “David Akers scores points with The Chamber!” and included a photo from the event, along with a brief caption linking to the media source. Below the headline, a calendar of events and member news snippets are featured, followed by a city banner visual. Along the side I included a sponsor message, a promotion for a local television show (hosted by the organization), in addition to useful links and an ad that directs you to a sponsor’s website.
I collaborated with graphic designers on the following three email blasts. I worked with a designer to create the Tony Orlando email blast. It was designed in Photoshop and inserted into Constant Contact as a jpg. The following two email blasts were created by designers and I recreated them directly in Constant Contact so they could be easily edited and sent on my behalf.