Custom Components in Email Development

Jeffrey Hoffman
Dec 9, 2018 · 3 min read

Easier to Define

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{video id="la6vK6hI7rM" title="Cats Coding Emails"}
New 2018 compilation of cats coding modern, responsive emails.

Conditionals and Scripting

Next Steps

Jeffrey Hoffman

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Creator of Inkcite, the modular design system for modern, responsive email development. #emailgeek #MakeEmailBetter

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