Litmus TEDC ticket giveaway: The honorable mentions

August 25, 2015 McKenzie Gregory

These guys may not have won a ticket to the Litmus Email Design Conference in Boston, but their entries were still pretty top-notch. So to recognize their efforts and quality email design skills, here are the honorable mentions (in no particular order) for our TEDC ticket giveaway contest:

Rachel G.

We loved Rachel's creativity in this entry – turns out, painting and email make for a beautiful combination. 



Shauna E.

Though you can't see it in this static screen capture, the yellow portion of Shauna's email included a background video and an animated version of the Litmus logo. 



Eric T.

Eric easily got our vote for the funniest written entry. Our favorite part? "I also hope it's formal because I've already purchased a pair of cuffed, creased and pleated jean shorts. PLEASE advice if this is not a formal event. I refuse to be the nicest dressed person in the room." 

Well played, Eric. 



Pasquale P.

Pasquale submitted an attractive, streamlined, easy-to-read email. A+ for solid email design work!



Toni A.

Toni's submission was full of personality and confidence. Thank you so much for sharing your story. 



Kaylee W.

An Emma + Justine Jordan comic? We were sold from the start. Kudos, Kaylee! 




Great work, everyone! Keep on designing those gorgeous emails. 

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McKenzie Gregory

McKenzie Gregory is a content writer on Emma’s marketing team. A Nashville native, she can be found covering all things email on the Emma blog, debating hyphenation rules, and watching obscene amounts of Netflix without a trace of shame.

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