The UX of a $13,000,000/year email newsletter(

over 1 year ago from LX Lavallee, Co-founder @ Growth.Design

  • Bugsy SailorBugsy Sailor, over 1 year ago

    Can I just get an article to read?

    Interested in the subject, but zero interest in consuming it in this format.

    8 points
    • LX LavalleeLX Lavallee, over 1 year ago

      Hey Bugsy,

      Sorry to hear to interactive format kills your interest.

      A quick Google search of " morningbrew" will give you what you're looking for! Hope that helps.

      PS: We're pretty intentional when it comes to having a different approach to case studies. There's no shortage of long-form UX case studies on Medium—so we try to bring some variety to the mix :)

      5 points
      • Chinmay Kulkarni, over 1 year ago

        Definitely like the format for its variety tbh. It's a breath of fresh air makes me want to read it more. Each to their own though. Super keen for the Notion case study as well!

        4 points
        • LX LavalleeLX Lavallee, over 1 year ago

          Thanks Chinmay. We're migrating our library of insights (the tiles that you see on the right) from a massive spreadsheet to Notion right now and documenting it. Plenty of amazing UX insights. Notion truly is a gem. Stay tuned :)

          1 point
      • Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, over 1 year ago

        I personally started to not consume medium articles anymore. 3 articles per Month? Most definitely not. This is really the time to own your content and put it on your own domain, instead of handing it over to another platform.

        1 point
        • LX LavalleeLX Lavallee, over 1 year ago

          100% agree with you Thomas.

          For the same reason that we care a lot more about owning our domain and newsletter than our Facebook likes or number of followers.

          PS: We actually do have some articles on specific topics (e.g. this one on social proof in UX: We try to balance it out :).

          0 points
    • Mario Rivas, over 1 year ago

      Agreed, opened and closed it out of frustration that I just couldn't read in the normal format.

      2 points
    • Thomas Michael SemmlerThomas Michael Semmler, over 1 year ago

      same. I cannot stand it. But tastes differ and some people love this format.

      0 points