Why you shouldn’t just add a Google font into your Email <head>.

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Let’s admit it: emails are still a big thing in 2018. And I’m pretty confident it still will be in 2019. But even in the year 2018 emails are still pretty basic when it comes to modern HTML and CSS standards. Especially if you look to Microsoft.

To start with the first chapter of a bunch we look at fonts. You probably already added a Google Font to your Newsletter and saw in the rendering that there is some pretty bad coverage.

So to sum up:

What’s up with that fonts?

The problem with webfonts

So what is the big problem with webfonts in emails? …


Daniel Neubert

Full-Stack Webdeveloper, minimalist and Apple enthusiast from Augsburg, Germany.

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