Brands once knew "the rules." Email conformed to single-browsing width, and Web-safe fonts ruled inboxes. Resistance was futile, at least for brands that wanted entry to consumers' email inboxes. But designers have begun to throw down their gauntlets and embrace creativity in direct marketing. They're designing for responses, not by "the rules."
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