In the previous post, we have seen with some examples that how the email market has transitioned from desktop to mobile with the emergence of all sorts of new devices. One has to be on top of the game and be able to provide best user experience to all his customers. Although, it’s tough to cater to everyone’s needs together, but with a few tips and tactics, one can design the best of responsive emails.
This detailed infographic from EmailMonks enlists 14 best practices needed for responsive email design along with some interesting facts. I found it to be an interesting read, so thought of sharing it with you guys too.