Emails is one of the most influential marketing tools since the internet involved. As per reports, billions of people are using emails worldwide, and Email marketing is cost-effective and measurable.
Designing emails is also a vital part of email marketing, and you need a well-designed email that converts well, so building your email template is can be a bit harder than you expect. As we have many devices and screen sizes that can receive an email, your email should responsive and it should compatible with various modern email clients. So building your email on your own is a hell of a job.
For that in mind, email frameworks have been developed by experts so that means that you can take advantage of these frameworks to design your own emails.
By using email frameworks, you can create many email designs by using pre-built components. These email frameworks already have solutions for most common issues like responsiveness, client compatibility, etc.
Bojler is an email framework for developing responsive and lightweight email templates that will render correctly across each of the most popular email clients.
If you have experience with email template development, you know how painful it is to build a perfect email template that works across all email clients. To make it easier for you to develop responsive and lightweight email templates we have created Bojler.
Inkcite is the modular design system for building modern, responsive email. Like Middleman is to static web sites, Inkcite enables email geeks to use helpers (custom email components), variables, partials and conditionals to accelerate their email development workflow.
Additionally, Inkcite provides easy ways to keep your code DRY (don’t repeat yourself) and to modernise email development using variables, versioning, testing, image optimization and code minification.
MUI’s email library provides a few simple building blocks and helper classes that developers can use to build beautiful HTML emails that work across clients and devices. The MUI email library is tested on GMail, Apple Mail iOS 7 & 8, Outlook.com, Outlook 2007, Outlook 2013, as well as many other popular platforms.
Foundation for Emails which was previously known as Ink a while back is a framework for creating responsive HTML emails that work in any email client that means Outlook as well. Foundation HTML/CSS components have been tested across every major email client to ensure consistency. And with the Inky templating language, writing HTML emails is now even easier.
Maizzle is an email framework made for developers. It brings together open source tools such as Jigsaw and Tailwind CSS, to create a solid workflow for HTML email development. Whether you’re an email or web developer, you can use Maizzle to build your HTML emails fast and be in full control over your email development workflow.
MJML is a markup language created by Mailjet and designed to reduce the pain of coding a responsive email. Its semantic syntax makes it easy and straightforward while its rich standard components library fastens your development time and lightens your email codebase. MJML’s open-source engine takes care of translating the MJML you wrote into responsive HTML.
Coding regular emails is hard enough by itself. Making them responsive shouldn’t add to the headache. A few simple, but solid patterns are all that’s needed to optimize emails for small screens.It’s just a few responsive email patterns that go a long way.
The code blocks are compartmentalized so they may be used, removed, combined, and nested to build an email. Each template contains code comments and has good support among popular email clients.
Acorn is a golden ratio typography grid, responsive email framework made for email developers. With a focus on clean code, re-usability, and utility classes, it is lightweight, easy to learn, and has solid email client compatibility. Acorn comes with a layout file that you can use as the boilerplate for any HTML email you build with it. This file includes all the necessary CSS, tags, and attributes that are required for Acorn to render as intended.