We’re moving quickly toward a future where emails will be much more like sending subscribers a microsite than a static message. Here are five key areas of new email functionality to keep your eye on…
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?
We’ve seen the same names appear again and again in our email client market share reports in the past year. May marked a pivotal turning point with a surprising upset in the top five. iPhone, Outlook, and iPad continue to top the charts—no surprises there. The big upset was courtesy of newcomer Outlook.com. We covered the […]
After wading through hours of footage, the videos from our mobile email design master class are finally ready! Here’s a summary of what you’ll find: Designing for (Almost) Every Device Ros Hodgekiss discusses what’s pushing the demand for mobile-friendly newsletters and shares her comprehensive 4-step planning process to design emails for (almost) every device. Five […]
While market share stats have mostly held steady over the past few months, there were some exciting changes in April. Not surprisingly, iPhone, Outlook, and iPad continue to top the charts; however, we’ve seen some major changes in the bottom half of the top ten: Yahoo! Mail moved from #7 to #6 Yahoo! Mail Classic […]