We’ve had some great additions to the Litmus team lately — Drew, Jordan and Kevin — and now we’re adding another! We’re excited to introduce you to our newest member, Alan!
Another day, another designer at Litmus. We welcome Kevin to the team!
Due to the wide variety of desktop, webmail, and mobile clients—not to mention browsers, mobile apps, rendering engines, and other factors—emails don’t always appear the same in every client. So why do email clients render emails differently?
If you haven’t heard the news yet, we’ve been busy prepping for the first ever email design conference of its kind! Along with the industry’s best, we’ll be in San Francisco, London and Boston this fall exploring how modern UI/UX concepts extend to the email experience, and demonstrating how careful planning, strategic guidance and stellar design can lead to dramatic results. However, this isn’t all that we have coming up! We have big plans the next few months and hope to see you at some (or all) of the events. You can also check out our Events page for all of our upcoming happenings.
First impressions make an impact. So, whether you send an automated plain-text or an HTML-branded welcome email, it’s the first step in an email relationship with your subscriber. Needless to say, it’s important to make a positive first impression.
Over the past few months we’ve heard a lot of buzz surrounding the release of Outlook.com and Gmail’s new tabbed inbox. It’s likely that we’ve seen the extent of any changes to Outlook.com opens for now, but we’ve been keeping a close eye on Gmail. Everyone’s been asking if the new tabbed inbox will have a negative impact on email opens.
A few months ago, we started our search for the industry’s best to speak at the first-ever email design conference. While we’re still finalizing a few details, we’ve put together an amazing agenda and are thrilled to announce that registration is live! These three two-day conferences are dedicated solely to email and great design.
It’s been a busy summer at Litmus; join me in welcoming Drew to the team! MEET DREW, SENIOR DEVELOPER Drew has been developing for the web for over ten years. He left the PHP world in early 2007 for the shiny red pastures of Ruby on Rails, most recently building applications for the health and […]