James Jarnot

James Jarnot

Art Director

James Jarnot is the Art Director of Direct Marketing News. For over 15 years he has been designing a wide variety of magazines, ranging from financial to fashion.

Most Recent Articles by James Jarnot

Marketers Place Personalization at the Top of the Priority Pyramid [Infographic]

Marketers Place Personalization at the Top of the Priority Pyramid [Infographic]

But will data privacy and internal resource concerns leave them calling for their mummies?

Do Big-Budget Barons Monopolize Marketing Success? [Infographic]

Do Big-Budget Barons Monopolize Marketing Success? [Infographic]

When it comes to personalization, testing, and tracking, it's anybody's game.

B2Bs and B2Cs Are Breaking Bad e-Com Habits [Infographic]

B2Bs and B2Cs Are Breaking Bad e-Com Habits [Infographic]

Why this last season was the most memorable yet.

Feeding the Mobile Sharks	[Infographic]

Feeding the Mobile Sharks [Infographic]

Mobile shoppers are out there. Dun dun, dun dun, dun dun dun dun...

Yo-ho, Yo-ho! An Automated Life for Me [Infographic]

Yo-ho, Yo-ho! An Automated Life for Me [Infographic]

Increased productivity is the real Hook for marketing automation.

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