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I write about two main areas of UX design and you can pick which you're interested in. If you select the evidence-based content you'll get emails every Tuesday, and for the ecommerce ones you'll get emails every other Wednesday.
Thanks for choosing to come my newsletter sign up page—I hope you appreciate that I didn't harrass you with sign up pop-ups across the rest of my site (why do so many sites think that's a good idea?).
However I understand there are a few things you need to know so you can decide if it's right for you...
Every now and then I send something a bit different like exclusive discount codes for my products, such as the massive 80% off my new course that I offered the very early adopters and the free Kindle download of my book.
Probably the most useful one is that you can respond to any of my emails to ask a specific question or get help (hopefully about UX but I'll try my hand at anything). I'll always reply.
Just once a week on a Tuesday, or every fortnight on a Wednesday (depending on which you choose above). I won't be over-zealously clogging up your inbox.
There are about 500 people on my list (from companies such as John Lewis, Samsung, Habitat, Renault, Fedex, The Guardian, and Sony). It has been less, it has been more—every year I remove people who haven't opened my emails for a few months, so it's just people who are engaged.
I’m interested in creating something for a small group of people who actually want it and the open rates average a very respectable 50% with an average unsubscribe rate of just 1 per newsletter. See my stats as of early 2019 below.
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Through my email app (Convertkit) I’ll be able to see whether you opened my emails and clicked links. All pretty standard analytics.
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I won’t share your email address with anyone else or sell my mailing list to advertisers. I care about privacy (it’s the main reason I don’t have a Facebook account any more) and I’m not looking to make a quick buck.
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