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Clang is ready
for the GDPR!

On the 25th of May, 2018, the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will replace the current Data Protection Act (WBP). This new legislation applies to the entire European Union and has two important consequences: strengthening and extending privacy rights and more responsibilities for organisations. The ESP will play an important role in this and as an email marketer, of course, you want to know if Clang is ready for the GDPR. The answer is: YES! Click on the button below to read how Clang is ready for the GDPR.


Smart Campaigns

Smart campaigns require a smart Campaign Designer. That’s why we’ve taken a critical look at its layout and functions. Fortunately, the Campaign Designer is still recognisable, but it has become much more user-friendly in terms of interaction.

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Context menu

If you want to copy part of your campaign so that you can re-use it further along in the flow, simply select the objects. Using the context menu that appears, you can duplicate or delete the selection.

2

Zoom

Do you often work within large, complicated campaigns? Now it’s possible to zoom in and out and navigate with ease, making it easy to keep track.

Campaign Designer
3

Quick toggle

A new menu is now displayed in your campaign. Here you’ll find all linked emails and forms. This means that you can briefly exit the Campaign Designer to modify content and toggle back just as easily.

4

Notes

You can now add notes to your object. This is useful when you need to inform your colleagues about specific campaign flows.

Objects Library
now even clearer

The Objects Library is a new addition to the Campaign Designer. Now you can easily drag objects to your grid from the Objects Library.

LIBRARY

Thanks to a well-organised Objects Library, Campaign Objects are easy to find. All objects can be located according to category and every category has its own colour. Useful for helping you keep track.

FAVOURITES

The new Objects Library allows you to mark all your favourite objects as “Favourites”. They can then be found in a single location in the Objects Library, meaning that they’re within easy reach at all times.

Objects Library

Breath-taking Design

Clang 3.0 has a fresher and more modern look than ever before. The latest design trends have been thoroughly researched, while wireframes have been developed and every section compiled according to the new style guide.

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Easy to read & Colourful

Open Sans is the new font used for Clang 3.0. It’s the one font that remains easy to read at all times, even when many elements are displayed on a single page. In terms of colour, Clang 3.0 uses a sharper blue, which gives it a more modern appearance. Finally, we’ve chosen colours that strongly contrast each other.

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Unique Icons

A brand-new set of icons has been especially created for Clang. Every icon has been given its own colour, which represents a certain category or action. Red, for example, depicts the deletion of elements. Green represents the addition of elements. And yellow is used to focus the user’s attention on something.

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Inviting Clicks

Buttons are there to be clicked. And to clearly demonstrate this, we’ve chosen bright blue as a colour along with large, eye-catching characters. There is always a major difference in contrast, an important element in the call-to-action. Light on a dark background and dark on a light background – always easy to read.

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Filling in made Easy

It is important that forms are presented in the most functional way possible. This means that it should be easy to enter various elements. But it’s also important for error notifications to be presented in the right way. Users want immediate notification if further action is required. This has all been addressed in the new Clang release.

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Stylish graphics

Minimalism is the magic word when it comes to graphics. They should be attractive, yet effective too. And all graphics should be easy to read at a single glance through the use of lots of contrast, thick lines and colours that highlight different elements. All graphics have been fully redesigned according to this point of departure. Minimalistic, attractive and – above all – functional!

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Clear Tables

When it comes to tables, it’s important that the information is not too closely grouped. There should be enough room to allow quick and comprehensive reading. Besides the font, the colour is very important. Even more important than contrast. Tables in the new Clang are easy to read, even if there is little room for them and even if they contain lots of data.


  • 3500000000

    EMAILS PER YEAR

  • 750

    MAJOR BRANDS

  • 17000

    ACTIVE CAMPAIGNS

  • 30000000

    SMS MESSAGES PER YEAR

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