Foundation for Emails

Create responsive HTML emails that work on any device.

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Kate
Head of Social @ GitHub
Formerly called "Ink" this is arguably the easiest and clearest way to get concise and beautiful HTML emails. I've also got to give mad props for arguably the cutest mascot second only to the PH Kitties ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ˜บ๐Ÿ’
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Brandon_Arnold
Design Lead, MetaLab (Formally ZURB)
@katesegrin Thanks Kate! We'd love to see what you've built with it.
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What great timing! I was looking into getting the HTML email business but I didn't know where to start. What a life saver!
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Brandon_Arnold
Design Lead, MetaLab (Formally ZURB)
@ghiliweld Glad ZURB and our giant squid could help.
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Josh Muccio
Host of The Pitch
Is it responsive on Gmail & Inbox for mobile?
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Tyler Swartz
product at reddit and maker of things
@joshmuccio That's the big question. I've had soo much trouble getting Gmail to respect my stylez...
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Brandon_Arnold
Design Lead, MetaLab (Formally ZURB)
@joshmuccio unfortunately Gmail strips all the style tags in the head, so it's not possible to get the responsive styles in those browsers. If anyone knows someone on the inbox or gmail teams send them my way ;)
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Corey BallouCEO, POP.co
@brandon_arnold @joshmuccio You can use Foundation + Mandrill. Mandrill can automatically take your HEAD styles and turn them into inline styles. We use Ink + Mandrill at POP.co with great success. https://mandrill.zendesk.com/hc/...
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Brandon_Arnold
Design Lead, MetaLab (Formally ZURB)
@cballou @joshmuccio We use an inliner for all emails, but inliners can't inline media-queries so only clients that keep the style tag can use the responsive styles
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Brandon_Arnold
Design Lead, MetaLab (Formally ZURB)
Hey All! Brandon here from ZURB! We're working on a killer new version out very soon, but thanks for the love on Foundation for Email today. What a lovely surprise. Foundation for Email (formerly INK) came from ZURBs own frustrations with transactional emails for our own products. The main goals were making emails function as perfect as possible on Outlook and also get as many responsive clients as we could. We've worked hard to make it feel as easy as using Foundation and in the next version are making a large leap that direction. We talked a lot about it here: http://zurb.com/article/1420/fou... Let me know if you have any questions and thanks for making my Sunday night, Product Hunters.
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Chema
Founder @yclascom @openclassifieds
@brandon_arnold whats coming soon? I am a user since long time and I love the product!
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Brandon_Arnold
Design Lead, MetaLab (Formally ZURB)
@deambulando @brandon_arnold We'll be getting out a new version in the first quarter of 2016, we wrote a bout it here http://zurb.com/blog
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Thomas KimuraFreelance Web Designer
Used Ink in the past, loved it. Excited to try this out.
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Brandon_Arnold
Design Lead, MetaLab (Formally ZURB)
@_tomki Glad you loved it! It makes email just that much easier.
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