A commonly accepted best practice in the email world is the inclusion of alt attributes (frequently known as an “ALT tag” or “ALT text,” which is shorthand for alternative text) for images. Why it’s important to remember this detail to best optimize your email >>
Designing an effective email involves more than just beautiful graphics. The subscriber’s experience with your message starts long before the subscriber ever opens the email, as they evaluate the trustworthiness of your from name and their level of interest in your subject line. We answer the question: Why is my email opened? (Or not) The […]
Email has a bad habit of being a rule-breaker, making it tough to translate best practices for the web into an email-friendly format. Resources intended to improve or enhance a user’s experience on the web don’t always work as anticipated when tables and inline CSS are almost certainly a requirement. Since usability and accessibility principles strive to make the web usable by everyone, including those with disabilities, it’s important that those principles apply to email as well.
Designing emails that look great no matter where they’re read can be quite the challenge. As more people read email on mobile devices, chances are your recipient might view your email both on a mobile phone as well as on their desktop. Take the guesswork out of designing your next mobile-friendly email with this infographic. […]