Hello, Evita!

Welcome to your project dashboard. Here you’ll find everything you need to manage your project from start to finish.

Questions about your project?

Email your project team leader, Tanya.

Corona-Norco Unified School District MailChimp Template Design (Curious Chimp)

with Mobile Responsive and RSS Feed Integration

Ready to leave feedback?

Simply click on your design below. A new window will open where you can click anywhere on the design and provide feedback accordingly. It’s that easy!

Clicking the “Approve” button will send your template to production without any further revisions.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Project Status

Phase III, Collaboration

You are currently in Round 1, of 2, of revisions.

Coming Up

You can expect to receive your initial design concept on the


of July

Helpful Info and Resources

Your Design Collateral

Upload Your Design Collateral

and other project materials below.

Your Template Layout


Below is the initial concept design for your template along with an additional overlay file that maps out the functionality of your template framework including hideable and repeatable content blocks as well as merge tag locations.

The preheader, header and footer areas are static however the variant content blocks in between (numbered in the overlay file) can be added in any order, as many times as needed, (or not at all) allowing you unlimited flexibility when creating campaigns.

Click the image below to provide feedback, or approval.


Mobile Approximation

Alt Color Schemes


Your Template Files

Whoa, looks like we’re not quite ready yet. But when we are, your template files will be available for download below.

  • .txt

    An HTML version of your template with MailChimp hosted imagery in a text format.

  • .html

    An HTML version of your template with MailChimp hosted imagery.

  • .zip

    A zipped archive of your (unhosted) template files including HTML and imagery files.

What should I do with these files?

You’ll want to download your template files and keep them in a secure, but easy to access, location. In the event you need to restore your MailChimp template in the future you’ll need these files in order to do so.