Jason

Jason is a front-end developer on the UX team at MailChimp. He’s also an occasional designer and author of The Principles of Beautiful Web Design.

Boingy HTML5 Charts

If you’ve been browsing the web on an iPhone or iPad, you’re probably used to seeing, well – not seeing a few things. That’s because Apple intentionally left out support for Flash on their mobile devices. Their reasoning for this omission was that many of the new standards that web browsers currently support provide much, …

Signup Form Embed Code Redux

If you’re already a MailChimp user, you’ve probably seen and customized the signup forms for your lists. If you’ve ever ventured from there into the "For Your Website" section, you may have encountered this intimidating interface: That’s our old Signup Form Embed Code page, where you could generate HTML code to allow folks to subscribe …

Crunchie Corner Lab

So a designer walks into a bar with a bunch of browsers and the bartender asks, "Where’s that blue guy?" The designer LOLz and responds, "Who? Internet Explorer? We left him ’round the corner." Of all the web design tasks that CSS3 makes easier, rounded corners are probably the most ubiquitous. They’re used all over …

Introducing Co-Branding

Update (9/27/16): This post contains information about features and workflows that are no longer available within the MailChimp application. To learn more about sharing your MailChimp campaign reports, visit our Knowledge Base. — A common feature request we get here at MailChimp is the ability to co-brand the application interface. Typically this request comes from agencies …