Looking Back
I’ve been in a reflective mood lately, so this week’s newsletter includes some of my favorite articles from the past—the one’s that helped shape the way I think today. What articles transformed the way you think about the web, email, or anything else?
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- MINE -
On the Cusp of Craftsmanship
2013 - One of my favorite articles of my own—posted nearly a year ago—on where email has been, where it is today, and what’s in store for the future. I stand by it now more than ever.
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Other Awesome Stuff
2007 - This classic from Mark Boulton on one of the most important (and often overlooked) aspects of design. A feel that more than a few email marketers need to read this.
Practice, practice, practice →
Why We Skip Photoshop
2008 - An early article in the fight to prototype in the browser. One of the first articles I remember that immediately had an impact on my workflow and one that’s completely changed the way I work.
Code > mockups →
Homesteading 2014
2013 - Frank Chimero is always good for some perspective on the web. This article really made me rethink my own place online, and it has helped shape how I still approach my digital presence.
Read this one every year →
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