Email Design Podcast #82: Litmus Community Q&A Rapid Fire

In the 82nd episode of The Email Design Podcast, Kevin Mandeville and Jason Rodriguez answer recent questions from the Litmus Community in a rapid fire format, including topics on iOS Mail scaling fixes, rounded images in Outlook Windows, Gmail threading styling, and more. Be sure to follow along and join in the discussion on Twitter using #EmailDesignPodcast.

 

CSS Inlining in Email: What It Is + How To Do It [Webinar Recording]

CSS inlining is crucial for building bulletproof emails. In this actionable webinar, Kevin Mandeville, Litmus’ own email design extraordinaire (and the guy who embedded a live Twitter feed in an email!), takes you through the CSS inlining process from start to finish. He explores exactly what inline CSS is and why it’s essential for creating bulletproof HTML emails that look great everywhere.

Win Tickets to Litmus Live 2016!

The Email Design Conference is thiiiiiiis close to selling out. A few generous email geeks want to help make all of your (email) dreams come true by offering free ticket giveaways! Whether you’re looking to attend London (July 26-27th), Boston (August 15-17th), or San Francisco (September 15-16th), we’ve got you covered.

Win Your Way to Litmus Live 2015

The Email Design Conference has been sold out for weeks, but—thanks to some generous email lovers—we’re happy to announce there are four ways you can win your way to the conference! With the support of Constant Contact, Emma, MailChimp, and Movable Ink we are thrilled to offer the following ticket giveaways.

The Science of Email Clicks: The Impact of Responsive Design & Inbox Testing

Whether it’s reading a blog post with your phone, catching up on Twitter with a tablet, or even previewing emails on your watch, the number and types of devices we use to consume content are growing rapidly. In fact, at least 43% of emails are opened on a tablet or smartphone. How does small-screen reading impact subscriber behavior after emails are opened? MailChimp analyzed over 395 million emails during a 6-month period to examine how a user’s preferred device affects email engagement, investigate the impact of responsive design, and find out if testing your emails can increase click rates.