Designing and coding emails can be a manual, arduous process, but it doesn’t have to be. Snippets and partials can help you automate your email workflow, speed up development time, and reduce the chance of errors. Here’s how.
Designing and coding emails often involves manual, arduous editing processes that are not only mundane and tiresome, but can easily lead to mistakes. It doesn’t have to be that way—here are seven ways you can add automation into your email workflow.
Discover how Custom Controls on Litmus Enterprise plans can give you full visibility into your email marketing program—and equip your team with advanced email tools so they can spend less time fixing problems and more time optimizing email performance.
Getting to know any new software application can be an arduous task. Even the most well-thought out and beautifully designed interface can be overwhelming to beginners, making the process of getting started a bit of a challenge. With that in mind, we’re kicking off a three-part series on the essentials of using Litmus Builder. In Part 1 (which you’re about to read), we’ll discuss creating new documents, setting up preferences, and the Builder interface. Parts 2 and 3 will focus on coding, testing, and improving team workflows using Builder.
When coding and designing emails, you’re often stuck with mundane, repetitive tasks: writing inline CSS, adding UTM codes, sending test emails, and copying and pasting to your ESP. This manual process can be frustrating and challenging for even the most advanced email geeks. Learn how to automate your email design workflow with this webinar recap.
With so many nuances that go into building and setting up emails for your clients, any shortcuts or ways to make the production process more efficient can make a big difference. In this post, we walk through six ways your team can save time, budget, and headaches when creating emails.
In the 27th episode of The Email Design Podcast, hosts Kevin Mandeville and Jason Rodriguez dive into email production and development trends at large in the industry. Be sure to follow along and join in the discussion on Twitter using #EmailDesignPodcast.
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.
Between one-off marketing sends, recurring newsletters, transactional emails, and more, there are seemingly countless emails that you’re responsible for building. It can be incredibly time consuming to code each one, even when you use a template. That’s why we created Partials, a method for you to create global, dynamic, reusable blocks of code for your emails.