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tactics Responsive DataTables through Card UI Design for Email

Trying to fit a datatable into an email is like trying to fit an elephant into a fridge — no matter how much you try, it ain’t gonna budge! The question quickly becomes, do we really need this… Can’t we just put it on a website and have users click through to it? No, don’t make me click more than I need to, and don’t make me think! And no, don’t put my sensitive information on your website?—?it’s in enough places already! It got me thinking?—?does it really need to be in a table? Could we transform [...] [more]
medium.com    Design

tactics Simple CSS Photo Carousel for HTML Email

Here’s a simple technique we use to add a photo carousel to HTML email. It’s progressively enhanced, which means it works great in modern email apps and defaults back to the original image in older apps like Microsoft Outlook (shudders). It’s responsive, so it looks as stunning on mobile as it does on desktop. And since you’re not using GIF, there no unsightly diffusion dither. [...] [more]
medium.com    Design

discussion Reporting Litmus Live London

A one day conference dedicated to email marketing; with sessions covering innovative email development techniques, responsive design, content creation, testing strategy, production processes and [...] [more]
medium.com    Event, Design

tactics Pitfalls of coding emails — lessons learned (part 1)

I already had some experience involving the creation of (responsive) emails, but as it turns out with my latest project, there is still much to learn. You always keep your fingers crossed when you put your HTML to the test on whatever email testing platform you use, hoping the result isn’t too bad. You’d expect, being 2018, that email design would evolve over time like web design did, but no, it didn’t… If you ask me, it became even worse, looking back on the last decade. [...] [more]
medium.com    Design

mobile 700 kostenlose Newsletter Templates (alle responsive!)

Sollen Ihre E-Mails auffallen? Dann sehen Sie sich diese 700 kostenlosen Newsletter-Vorlagen an. Kleiner Bonus - sie sind alle handytauglich! [...] [more]
emailtooltester.com    Design, Mobile, Tool

mobile Choosing a Responsive Email Framework: MJML vs. Foundation for Emails

Implementing responsive email design can be a bit of a drag. Building responsive emails isn’t simple at all, it is like taking a time machine back to 2001 when we were all coding website layouts in tables using Dreamweaver and Fireworks. But there's hope! We have tools available that can make building email much easier and more like coding a modern site. Let’s take a look at a couple of different frameworks that set out to simplify things for us. [...] [more]
css-tricks.com    Design, Mobile, Tool

tactics [Podcast #93] Litmus Community Q&A Rapid Fire [MP3]

0:42) Need high quality responsive email templates for non-developer: For templates, we recommend Litmus Community Templates, sendwithus templates, htmlemail.io, and ThemeForest. For tools, many ESPs like MailChimp and Campaign Monitor have great drag-and-drop builders, but we also recommend Bee and StampReady for ESP-agnostic tools. (4:10) Does fixed positioning on mobile work? Though supported in the past, unfortunately fixed positioning is no longer supported in iOS Mail. [...] [more]
litmus.com    Design

tactics Solution for challenges rendering rich contents on email clients across devices

Quickbooks has started generating Responsive email Invoices for it’s Small business’s customers. Responsive email templates (templates that adjust to the size of your screen) are the cream of the crop of email marketing. When I open them on mobile the text is bigger and easier to read and the images have resized. This is the standards of email marketing in the modern digital world. [...] [more]
intuit.com    Design

discussion [Podcast #82] Litmus Community Q&A Rapid Fire [MP3]

(0:53) Does Outlook iOS use Microsoft Word as a rendering engine? No, in contrast to their Windows desktop counterparts, the Outlook apps (both iOS and Android) don’t use Microsoft Word for rendering but are powered by a WebKit-based rendering engine. That’s why Outlook conditional comments or VML that are often used to target Outlook on desktop aren’t supported on the mobile apps. (2:25) iPhone 7 on iOS 11 not responsive: If you experience any scaling issues on iOS 10 or above, simply include [...] [more]
litmus.com    Design

mobile HEML - an open source markup language for building responsive email

SparkPost has introduced an open-source email development tool called HEML. The offering, which allows users to code responsive emails, is one of several "standalone, platform-agnostic developer tools available for free in the email space," the company says. [...] [more]
heml.io    Design, Mobile

mobile Improve your Click-Through Rates with Perfectly Responsive Emails

This shouldn’t come as a surprise but more emails ever are read on mobile devices and it is an increasing trend. An average of 50% of emails are opened with mobile devices according to a study by [more]
medium.com    Design, Mobile

mobile The Evolution of Responsive Email Design [GFX]

In 2013 I wrote a blog post called “Responsive Email Design: 10 great examples” on Econsultancy, which you can read here if you’re interested. It’s been four years since that was published, so I [...] [more]
medium.com    Gallery, Mobile

mobile Don't let Gmail break your emails

We’ve all heard of responsive email design, but have you heard of hybrid email design? Hopefully the answer is yes. Although hybrid coding is still quite new in the email industry, it could save you the headache when experiencing issues on email clients, such as Gmail, that don’t process media queries. Responsive design works by triggering a media query, which then makes tables and images fluid. With hybrid design, tables and images are fluid by default and then use CSS widths and Microsoft condition [...] [more]
communicatorcorp.com    Design, Mobile

 tactics Everything You Need to Know About Gmail Rendering: Webinar Recording [VID]

Gmail is a headache for people who make and send email. Until September 2016, Gmail required the use of inlined CSS and didn’t support responsive email. A major update to the Gmail rendering engine rolled out support for embedded styles and media queries. However, post-update there still remains a lot of rendering fragmentation, causing a lot of confusion in the email community. In this webinar, Product Manager and resident email hacker Kevin Mandeville provides a detailed walk through Gmail [...] [more]
litmus.com    Design, Mobile

discussion Yahoo is testing New Mail Beta

What's different from Yahoo Mail NEO, which will become the new Classic Mail? Less cluttered interface. Improved stability and responsiveness. Messenger now opens in a new browser tab. Instantly find Photos and Documents from your emails. Calendar, Contacts, and Notepad still open in classic Yahoo Mail. [...] [more]
yahoo.com    Marketing
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