Lisa Dziuba
Lisa DziubaFlawlessApp.io Founder

What are good design newsletters?

I'm curious about UX & UI & product design newsletters. 💌 Please, share your recommendations!
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    Sidebar

    The five best design links of the day, freshly redesigned

    Sidebar is one of my favorite resources for finding design articles to read. Their newsletter, to be reductive, is basically an email version of their website. Everyday Sidebar emails you the 5 best design links for you to read. You have to scroll down to find the signup form.
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    UX Design Weekly

    The best user experience links each week to your inbox

    This newsletter contains curated links to the best user experience-focused articles every week. There's a good mix of links for articles, portfolio features, media, and design tools.
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  3. 17
    Dribbble

    Show and tell for designers (web interface inspiration)

    Antoine Plu
    Antoine PluFreelance Designer · Written
    The Weekly Replay is one of the best you need to keep in your inbox to stay inspired
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  4. Chad Whitaker
    Chad Whitaker6Product Designer at AngelList ✌️ · Written
    Designer News has a great Sunday digest just in case you missed any important news or topics during the week. Also a great community for discussion. Note: Register for an account to get access to the Sunday newsletter.
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  5. A List Apart is a newsletter that covers development, design, and web content. It's a great resource to help you gain insight on how to make a better web.
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  6. Curated by the Smashing Magazine team. The email contains the best articles, tips and tricks, and resources for designers and developers.
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  7. 4
    Stripo.email

    Free email template builder for designers and developers

    Yuriy
    Yuriy31Marketing Manager @ Ardas · Written
    Easy-to-use email builder with designed email templates to save time on routine
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    Ivan Burban
    Ivan Burban9Head of Digital Marketing at Stripo · Written
    Ivan Burban made this product
    We have 260 ready to use responsive HTML email templates. Try it!
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    Tetiana Krutko
    Tetiana Krutko22 у. о. Videoeditor · Written
    I like your templates collections !
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    • Anna
      AnnaEmail marketer, copywriter

      In fact, I like it that my colleagues have a shared Stripo account. Convenient when a large number of people need to have access to work on and edit same projects. Would love to embed in my SaaS

    • Nastasiya Burban
      Nastasiya BurbanBusiness Analyst at Sprinkle Group S.A.

      We had a separate person, who has created adaptive emails for our company. Now we don't need it anymore. As a Business Analyst I spent a few hours for creating more than 25 emails. Stripo really decreases expenses.

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    CodeMyUI

    Handpicked code snippets you can use in your web projects

    Saijo George
    Saijo GeorgeDigital Marketer · Written
    Saijo George made this product
    You get a bunch of handpicked web design inspiration snippets delivered to your inbox
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  9. Núria Quero
    Núria QueroJunior UX Designer at The Mill · Written
    I love the Tools & Resources sections! Very well chosen stories and news.
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  10. Anton Sten
    Anton Stenantonsten.com · Written
    If you're looking for UX inspiration, people seem to find value from my newsletter. One new piece every other week.
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  11. Kevin Flores
    Kevin FloresProduct Design and Strategy · Written
    10 Design and Tech links - once weekly
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  12. Agnieszka
    Agnieszka4LiveChat | social media | Sofar Sounds · Written
    I work on these newsletters every month. We put a lot of effort into designing it and every month we make a custom gif that is connected with the newsletter's topic. For example yesterday Olga (the author) was making robot dance for the newsletter about bots :D
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  13. Saketh Rasakatla
    Saketh Rasakatla18Sr. Digital Marketer · Written
    Using Agile CRM's newsletter feature, you can boost your brand’s mindshare with appealing newsletters. Email newsletters have moved much beyond being simple weekly text emails. With advanced scheduling features, predefined HTML templates and seamless marketing campaign integration, newsletters can deliver an engaging customer experience and have a direct impact on the bottom-line like never before. Agile provides you with the most powerful, yet easy to use newsletter features which enable you to design and send newsletters in a flash. A newsletter, in general, should be able to - - Increase Brand Awareness and Drive Traffic - Educate Prospects and Build Credibility - Drive Repeat Business and Referrals Newsletters created using Agile CRM does all the above and much more! Here is the link to understand it in detail -> https://www.agilecrm.com/send-ne... This feature provides: - Automated Subscription Management - Drag and Drop Ease - Predefined Templates - A/B Testing - Performance Analytics Why should you choose Agile - the All-in-One CRM? Agile CRM has been rated the best by: - G2Crowd - Capterra - TrustRadius It currently serves over 14,000 businesses across the globe! It's FREE and has a simple UI with over 50+ features. Try and do share your feedback! (www.agilecrm.com) Agile CRM is the only comprehensive, end-to-end CRM that delivers sales, marketing and support automation to help small and medium businesses manage all parts of the customer journey, from a single platform, in order to drive sustainable, scalable growth. By providing an end-to-end solution that can manage every aspect of your business, Agile CRM sets itself apart from the competition by letting you drastically reduce the number of applications you need to manage different parts of your business. The platform offers an open API that enables users to integrate with numerous third-party applications, as well as develop their own custom widgets to integrate additional applications. Plus, the SaaS system lives in the cloud and is fully mobile-ready, making it a true next-generation solution. The solution is highly scalable with a very attractive price point. This makes Agile CRM the perfect solution for small businesses looking to grow sustainably.
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  14. Ryan Stevens
    Ryan Stevenswords by the glass · Written
    design and marketing email with kickass content
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