Do your emails look great on every device? Responsive Email Design is the answer!

Header Image_Responsive Email Design
Tablet, Laptop, Mac
PC or Phone? How are your emails being read?
Without looking over the shoulder of your recipient’s or loading a virus to take over their digital world there’s no way to know until your email is sent and gone.

But . . . using advanced CSS in the HTML code of your emails we can now detect the type of device that is viewing your email and have the email content dynamically displayed so that it’s unique and optimised. PC or Phone, your recipient’s get the best view every time.

Don’t believe us? Click here from your Phone and then PC to check out a recent responsive email we sent to our clients. You’ll notice the difference straight away!

So what is it? It’s Responsive Design!
Those of you that read our blog will know that responsive design is something that we have been talking about for some time now.I can hear someone asking right now “so what’s the big deal?”

Well the big deal is that the vast majority of email is designed to be read on a PC. Yet statistics overwhelmingly tell us more and more people actually read their emails on their phone and their tablets.

Below are some stats on the different email clients people are using to read their emails:

Email Client Pie Graph
Email has left the desktop & gone mobile.
Here is an example of the difference between responsive design and desktop design.
Responsive Design Desktop Design
Responsive Email Design Desktop Email Design
The differences are significant and the user experience vastly superior for the mobile phone user.

If you’re serious about making your emails more successful then you need to
start talking responsive design today!

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