Federico

Federico is MailChimp's UX development lead. He helps guide the teams that design and build our user-facing features and refinements.

New File Manager, Link Checker, and a Little Fun in v9.2

These days, lots of different kinds of people love MailChimp’s easy-to-use features—and we love them, too. But we’ve got a soft spot for developers. MailChimp was originally built for developers, and we’re developers ourselves. It’s an audience we enjoy serving, and (like last time) one we kept in mind while working on the app’s most recent revamp. …

Code Editor Redesign, Lots of Templates Updates, More in v9.1

We know that our designer and developer customers have unique needs when it comes to MailChimp, and we hope our new release makes your workload a bit easier. Updates to the code-your-own editors, fancy new ways to manage and share saved templates, and some nice power-user features are rolling out with this version. Let’s get …

Email Designer Changes, Template Updates, and More in v9.0

In MailChimp’s v9.0 release, we’ve made some changes to the way you create campaigns. These changes should make the process faster and more efficient. Drag and drop designer for everyone In November 2012 we launched a new way to build campaigns in MailChimp. This drag and drop designer, codenamed Neapolitan, let people build great-looking, mobile-friendly …

v8.4: Refinements to New MailChimp

We’ve made a few changes since we launched New MailChimp. Some of them are routine updates that come along with releases, and others are improvements based on feedback from our users. Here are some of the updates that might be relevant to you: Adding subscribers We updated the "Add Subscriber" button on the lists dashboard, …

New MailChimp: Collaboration

Over the past few months, we’ve spent a lot of time listening to our customers and studying their workflows. We’ve realized that collaboration is a huge part of the email design process for many of our users. So we built some tools into New MailChimp to help teams work together, whether or not they’re in …