How to Use the Inverted Pyramid Method in Your Tempemail Design?

What do you need to know about the inverted pyramid email design? The phrase “Less is more” is perfectly true for email marketing, especially since most inboxes are crowded with promotional emails. Tempemail marketers face fierce competition for people’s attention all the time. The challenges start with the subject line, Continue Reading

From monkey business to royal photobombs: a history of seminal selfies – in pictures | Art and design- Tempemail

In 2011 on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, a crested macaque managed to take a selfie using nature photographer David Slater’s camera. In the years following, this image became one of the most famous and contentious selfies in the world. Guardian Australia looks back on some of the most famous Continue Reading

A vRAN Reference Design From HPE, Intel, and Tempemail, to Accelerate Change- Tempemail

By Jeff Gowan A recent report from McKinsey stated their prior research has, “demonstrated that organizations that move early to restructure and change during times of crisis come out ahead in the subsequent decade. Therefore, [they] believe that 2021 will be a critical year for operators: a unique opportunity to Continue Reading

From pencil sharpeners to a $539m lawsuit: how big tech weaponised patents | Design

It was designed to make sharpening a pencil feel as thrilling as flying a jet. A gleaming chrome teardrop, tapered to a point and adorned with a bullet-like handle, Raymond Loewy’s aerodynamic tail-fin pencil sharpener brought the glamour of the machine age to the humble office desk. As the godfather Continue Reading

Yours for £1: what would you do with a traditional red phone box? | Art and design

Name: Red telephone boxes. Age: Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s original K2 design dates from 1924, but his smaller K6, from 1936, is the the more widespread. Appearance: Iconic. Purpose: Depends. You mean it depends on the nature of the telephone call you wish to place? Of course not – nobody Continue Reading

Flying cats and a burning Banksy: why are digital art prices suddenly rocketing? | Art and design

Last week masked men set fire to a Banksy screenprint called Morons (White) at a secret location in Brooklyn, livestreaming the destruction via the Twitter account @BurntBanksy. The men worked for a company called Injective Protocol, which bought the print for $95,000 in order to destroy it and replace it Continue Reading

Design & Copy Tips for More Responses on Survey Invitation Emails

As marketers, we understand the importance of data analysis in the decision-making process. Whether you are collecting customer feedback about your products and services or gathering insights to guide your upcoming product launch, customer surveys can be extremely helpful. They allow you to extract information straight from the source: your Continue Reading

Shelby Sherritt: the Ballarat cancer survivor who became a TikTok pottery queen | Art and design- Tempemail

For years, Shelby Sherritt was known as the “cancer girl”. “All my friends were like ‘Oh, she’s going through treatments’ or ‘That’s the girl from high school that got cancer’,” she says. “For so long I thought that my narrative was going to be ‘the 20-year-old cancer survivor’, that’s who Continue Reading