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shermin sathi
Apr 06, 2022
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From dreamweaver and builder to photoshop and figma, tools have evolved to make our work more dynamic, collaborative and enjoyable. These classic tools still hold a special place in the hearts of email geeks everywhere. More importantly, they influence what we expect from our current tools and what we want to see in the future. In this webinar, shani nestingen from target and camille palu from camiah joined the litmus team to learn about (and empathize with) the history of email creation and the tools we used. Didn't get a chance to watch the webinar live? Do not worry. You can access the full recording at any time and read the q&a below. Questions and answers a big thank you to everyone who responded to the webinar company mailing list with a question! Here's a recap of our answers to the most common questions, as well as our take on some of the questions we didn't answer during the live webinar. Do you have additional questions? Please leave them in the comments. Do you have any tips for adapting email to dark mode? Lily worth : alice li, principal messaging engineer at litmus, has written a great dark mode guide that would be a useful read. It walks you through dark mode media queries to add to your embedded css, so you can customize your dark mode experience. Can you define open source for someone who only has dw html knowledge? Camille palu : the definition is: software whose original source code is made available free of charge and can be redistributed and modified. This means that the code is not a secret. It's great because it can be updated and iterated to make it better and better, rather than being locked down and owned by one company. If it's locked down and owned by a company, there's less chance of updates being made in a timely manner, if at all . Is dreamweaver the only point-and-click editing application? Camille palu : dreamweaver is the only one I know.
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