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September 28–29th
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Make email better—in London!

The Email Design Conference brings the email community together to celebrate their craft and give marketers and designers a platform to learn, share, and grow.

Free from product pitches and meaningless hype, we’re all about content: teaching designers, marketers, and strategists how to produce emails that look great, perform well, and engage audiences.

With sessions covering innovative email development techniques, responsive email design, content creation, testing strategy, production processes, and more, you’ll take away tips and techniques that have immediate impact.

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200 Aldersgate
London EC1A 4HD

Conveniently located in the heart of the city near St. Paul's Cathedral and The Barbican, etc.venues St Paul’s is directly opposite the Museum of London—just 5 minutes from both Barbican and St Paul's tube stations, and 10 minutes from Farringdon and Moorgate.

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Testimonials

97% of previous attendees said they’d attend again, and 99% would recommend The Email Design Conference to a friend. See what else previous attendees had to say!

This conference rocks! Tons of collaboration & knowledge, no pesky sales pitches. Live optimizations were awesome.
Andrea Arnold
Zion & Zion
The content & sessions were spot on. Never before have I been to a conference with as many takeaways that we will be able to immediately apply! Thank you!
Benjamin McCabe
Intouch Solutions

FAQs

Conference-related questions? You’ve come to the right place!

What does the ticket price include?

A regular session pass includes access to general sessions starting at 2pm on Monday 28th September; general sessions all day on Tuesday 29th September; plus admission to evening events.

You must purchase a workshop pass to attend the Targeting and Hacks Workshop on Monday morning.

Is the workshop included with my ticket?

No. Admission to the Advanced Targeting and Hacks Workshop is available as a package purchase with a regular session ticket.

Can I just attend the workshop?

Workshop admission is only available as part of regular conference registration. You must purchase an early bird or regular session pass along with your workshop pass.

Do you have free/discounted/non-profit tickets?

A limited number of early bird tickets will be available for £475 starting on Monday, June 22nd at 3pm BST. In addition, groups of three or more will receive 10% off registration. There may be a small number of scholarship and free tickets available—details coming soon.

Will sessions be recorded or available for live stream?

The Boston conference will be recorded, but we’re not sure about London yet! Keep checking back for updated details.

Are there other cities and dates?

We’ll be in Boston from Wednesday, August 26th to Friday, August 28th. The agenda and speakers are different, though!

What will be covered in the workshop?

The Advanced Targeting and Hacks Workshop will run from approximately 9am–12:30pm on Monday 28th September. Led by Litmus staff and experts from the email community, this workshop will demonstrate how to build emails utilizing advanced progressive enhancement techniques. Topics may include using HTML5 video, CSS3/SVG animation, interactive elements, conditional comments for Outlook, and methods for targeting specific email clients and rendering engines.

The workshop is limited to 50 attendees and must be purchased along with a regular conference pass.

What is the conference agenda?

We’re still finalizing the details, but here’s what you can expect:

Monday 28th September: Optional AM Workshop The Advanced Targeting and Hacks Workshop is limited to 50 attendees and must be purchased along with a regular conference pass. The workshop will run from approximately 9am-12:30pm, and will include lunch.

Monday 28th September: PM General Sessions All passes are valid for general session admission*, which will run from approximately 2pm-5:30pm.

Tuesday 29th September: All passes are valid for general sessions*, which will run from approximately 9am-5pm. Lunch will be provided to all attendees.

*General sessions will begin around 2pm on Monday 28th September and last all day on Tuesday 29th September. TEDC15 London will be a single-track conference.

When will the session topics and speakers be announced?

We will update the site with more information as it becomes available. We carefully vet each session (and speaker!) to ensure they adhere to our strict content and quality guidelines. It’s a time consuming process, but it’s worth it—we promise! In the meantime, browse the 2014 agenda to get an idea of what to expect.

More questions?

You’re a curious bunch! Send a note to conference@litmus.com. We’re happy to help!

Tickets

All tickets have access to attend general sessions beginning at 2pm on Monday 28th September and all day Tuesday 29th September. You must purchase a workshop pass to attend the workshop on Monday 28th September. The workshop is limited to 50 attendees will sell out quickly.

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