Christ I hope they don't apply changes to the inner site...training non-tech users to manage their own campaigns was hard enough the first time around. Forcing them to re-learn the process would be a real sharp kick in the balls.
The changes do extend into the inner site, but it doesn't seem as though they've deployed that component yet. I understand your concern, but the new interface is responsive and has a much more intuitive campaign manager. It's definitely a lot easier to teach clients to use.
They've been rolling out the functional changes to the campaign builder (or whatever its called) for awhile now, and encouraged users to try it out.
I love that they hide the header on scroll.
teehan + lax does this best.
Agreed. T+L is even smoother.
You can also do the same effect. http://web3canvas.com/item/sensitive-sticky-navigation-with-jquery/
They've also updated their logo.
Guh. So good. Really impressed with the art direction.
These guys are truly pioneers when it comes to mail and having a comedic tone in the design process. This is still true in the design, but I can see the usability being a bit frustrating.
Still not a fan personally. Kind of a shame. The homepage looks outstanding, but everything else looks rushed and hard to use.
new site is a step back. new app is a leap forward.