In the 32nd episode of The Email Design Podcast, hosts Kevin Mandeville and Jason Rodriguez sit down to interview email developer Alex Kelly about how she got into email development, her work as being the sole email developer at MailChimp, and more. Be sure to follow along and join in the discussion on Twitter using #EmailDesignPodcast.
Well, email geeks, that’s a wrap! We just returned from the last stop of the #LitmusLive tour: San Francisco. Here’s a roundup of what we learned, what inspired us, and some top takeaways from The Email Design Conference.
Designing and coding emails can be a manual, arduous process, but it doesn’t have to be. We walk through two tools, Snippets and Partials, that can help you automate your email workflow, speed up development time, and reduce the chance of errors. Here’s how to make the most of Snippets and Partials.
In our 2016 State of Email Design report, we share 25 must-subscribe brands that inspire email marketers the most. For more perspective, we asked four of our TEDC speakers, who recommended five more must-subscribe brands—Pandora, Netflix, Litmus, Rebelmail, and Lyft—to bring our total to 30 brands.
Half of marketers haven’t sent an apology or correction email in the past 12 months. But that doesn’t mean they’re not making email marketing mistakes. It means they’re not aware of those mistakes. In this infographic, we explore this issue and offer seven tips on how you can improve your visibility of email marketing mistakes.
The Community Spotlight is a blog series highlighting some of the amazing members of the Litmus Community. This time we’re chatting with Rémi Parmentier, a web and email developer from France. Rémi acted as a guide to the inside of an email geek’s mind at this year’s TEDC in London, with his talk on “Thinking Outside the <table>”.
So, Gmail made a fairly big announcement, with potentially huge implications for the email design industry. Tune in as Kevin and Jason discuss the surprising news from the Gmail camp.
The release of Apple’s newest operating system brings major changes to Mail on iPhone and iPad. Here’s what email marketers need to know about the update.
This is the biggest, most widely supported email marketing myth. We explain why this myth has persisted and how marketers should actually measure the success of a subject line.
Email designers, it’s time to rejoice. Gmail is changing—big time. On August 31, 2016, Gmail began supporting the CSS property display: none;. And today, Gmail announced they will begin supporting <style> and media queries later this month.