Category: Responsive Design

When Responsive Design Fails on Gmail Messages for Android

In November of 2014, Google released their newest iteration of their mobile Operating System, Android 5.0 “Lollipop.”  The new OS launched on Motorola’s Nexus 6 and HTC’s Nexus 9. “Lollipop” rolled out to other Nexus devices in December 2014 and updates for other Android devices are being released per their manufacturer’s prerogative as of March […]

Worthy of Attention: Applying Responsive Design and Reply by Email Functionality

The following post was written by Caitlin Struhs, Copywriter at Higher Logic.  There are a number of reasons why email is worthy of attention. Online communities alone generate tens of millions of emails per month. It’s a universal medium—nearly everyone has an account, most emailing happens on the go through mobile devices and communities powered by an […]

3 Advanced Strategies for Email Marketing Warriors

You’ve got a shiny new template and some fresh content with an irresistible subject line that is sure to result in lots of opens and clicks. You’re good at what you do as an email marketer, but don’t you want to be a warrior? Don’t you want to be the best around, like Daniel LaRusso […]

[Infographic] Top 10 Blog Posts from 2014

2014 was a big year at Informz and it was all documented on the Informz blog. From moving our headquarters to 19 Railroad Place in beautiful downtown Saratoga Springs, NY, to winning spots on two noteworthy lists (Inc. 5000’s Fastest-Growing Companies and the Albany Business Review’s Best Places to Work) to covering digital marketing trends […]

Top Ten Email Design Tips for 2015

The world of email design has its core set of rules that can guide us successfully throughout our email campaigns, some new and some old. At this moment in time, here are 10 relevant tips that will help you in designing your email campaigns in the upcoming year. 10. Use HTML attributes instead of the […]