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tactics Bewegende E-Mail-Newsletter

Wie gut unterstützen deutsche ISPs HTML5- und CSS3- für mehr Interaktion in Emails? Google setzt mit AMP for Email auf einen neuen Trend. [...] [more]
publicare.de    Design

 tactics "Can I email" - support tables for HTML and CSS in emails

I am really happy and pleased to announce that with the help of my colleagues and members of the email geeks community, we’re officially launching caniemail.com. So far, we have more than 50 HTML and CSS features tested across 25 emails clients. And we’ve got a lot more coming up in the following weeks and months. We’re also delighted to present the Email Client Support Scoreboard. For the first time in history, we provide an objective ranking of email [...] [more]
caniemail.com    Design

discussion Think Like An Email Geek at Smashing Conf 2019 [VID]

I recorded myself while rehearsing my talk for Smashing Conf 2019. It's not perfect and I might have stuttered more than once. Plus, my Macbook fans became crazy towards the end. But this way everyone can enjoy the talk while it's still hot. [...] [more]
youtube.com    Design

 tactics The Ultimate Guide to Bulleted Lists in HTML Email

You’re looking to include bulleted lists in your HTML emails? Here's how to code lists that work in all email clients—and follow accessibility guidelines.  [...] [more]
litmus.com    Design

discussion How to Bring Your Gmail Promotion Annotations To Life

Google’s mission is to sift through the ocean of data out there and bubble up the most critical information so you can find it more easily. They do that in their search results and they increasingly do that in Gmail, whether it’s through Gmail Highlights, featuring the “Top Deals” in the Promotions tab, or through their latest feature, Email Annotations. [...] [more]
oracle.com    Subjectline, Design, Marketing

strategy Design Systems for Email: Bring Order to the Chaos [VID]

Ted Goas is a Principal Product Designer at Stack Overflow—the world’s largest Q&A platform for software developers. And I was thrilled to see Ted toss a hat in the ring to speak at Iterable Activate this year about email design systems. It’s a hot topic! Email design systems are a terrific way to speed email production and reinforce brand standards, but they’re not yet terribly widespread. So we were lucky to have Ted with us to explain how to build one from scratch during his session, “Design [...] [more]
vimeo.com    Design

strategy Accelerate Productivity and Collaboration With an Email Design System – Iterable

Ted Goas, Principal Product Designer at Stack Overflow, explained at Iterable's Activate 19 how to bring order to the chaos with an email design system. [...] [more]
iterable.com    Design

tactics How to Remove Blue Links in HTML Emails

Blue links in email: They’re a helpful usability feature, but far too often cause headaches for email marketers looking to design thoughtful, on-brand campaigns. Over the years, we’ve seen multiple ways of handling blue links in HTML emails, from simple to complex. We’ve even posted multiple articles on handling blue links in the past, from overriding styles on iOS to dealing with Gmail’s auto-linking behavior. [...] [more]
litmus.com    Design

tactics APNG in Emails: Taking Animations to a New Level

APNG holds great potential in email marketing because of its better resolution & low file size. Learn how using it will improve your subscriber experience. [...] [more]
emailmonks.com    Design, Video

discussion Email Accessibility: Looks aren’t everything.

In recent months I have become more aware of Accessibility within emails as the subject is being talked about more on social media and at conferences, such as Litmus Live and UNSPAM. From this, I have challenged myself to find and implement techniques needed to make the email experience better for those who have impairments. [...] [more]
reallygoodemails.com    Design

discussion Trending in Email Design: Going Off-Grid [GFX]

Broken grids and overlapping elements have been popular in web design and development in recent years. Thanks to absolute positioning and pseudo-elements, creating unique, abstract layouts can be relatively easy to achieve. As very few email clients support these CSS styles, email design and production teams have found creative workarounds to harness the potential of off-grid compositions. [...] [more]
litmus.com    Gallery, Design

tactics Interactive Animation in HTML Email

Last month, Panic announced Playdate, an adorable handeld gaming system with a black and white screen. And a crank. Yup. I’ve been a pretty big fan of Panic for a long time now, from Coda to Steven [...] [more]
hteumeuleu.com    Design

tactics HTML Emails 101 For Web Developers

Email development and design is not easy, as email client suppliers have not been nearly as progressive as web browser suppliers are in implementing new standards. This article gives some insight [...] [more]
medium.com    Design

tactics Email Coding Guidelines

I wrote a full document and it’s available on GitHub for anyone to share, contribute and adapt to your own needs. This is heavily inspired by some popular web coding guidelines, like @mdo’s Code Guide and Stack Overflow’s Email Design Best Practices. The goal of this document is to establish principles that anyone can apply to code modern, well supported and accessible HTML emails. This is the result of some of my work from the past few years where I gave email coding trainings and I spent a lot of [...] [more]
hteumeuleu.com    Design

discussion Feedback Friday: Litmus [GFX]

What do you do when you are in front of hundreds of email geeks on an unsuspecting weekend in the South? Pee your pants? Cuss like a sailor? Show off some kick-a** designs and code that will make [...] [more]
reallygoodemails.com    Gallery, Design
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