Great Resource for Email Designers

Posted by Daniel Deneweth on

Earlier this year we wrote a blog posting detailing the design challenges posed by the release of Outlook 2007. In that post we detailed how Outlook 2007 does not support dozens of CSS elements that previous Outlook versions support – a huge issue for anyone involved with designing email.

Well, our friends at CampaignMonitor have taken that idea a step further and put together a comprehensive PDF that lists the major email readers and what CSS elements they do, or don’t, support.

On a related note, wanted to let you all know that Return Path is hosting a webinar next week about image suppression: Render Me This: Beating Image Suppression for High Response Email. We’ll cover rendering basics, describe how image suppression could be affecting your response and give you practical ideas for managing your email design process to protect your brand. Sign up now!


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