I built an email incorporating an interactive Magic 8 Ball for Email on Acid. This technique uses a technique animating a series of labels over a button to achieve a "pseudo" random outcome when the user presses the button.
I wrote on the Email on Acid blog a technique to mimic fixed positioning yet works on a surprising number of email clients, namely: iOS (iPhone, iPad), Apple Mail, Outlook for Mac, Gmail Webmail and Mobile Apps (yes!) and Yahoo!
Kristian Robinson implemented a technique to display a set of videos using JPEG sprites for UK's Channel 4. This technique involves converting a video into a grid of scenes in JPEG and using CSS animation display the "faux-video"...
Check out this swipe to reveal technique created by Daniel Sivan from Wired Messenger. This technique overlays a foreground image over a background and uses padding to "push" the image to the right of a container leaving a "handle" that the user
Three of the biggest gripes about interactive email I hear (other than its a fad), is that interactive email is too complicated, its not supported in Gmail and that it won’t work in MailChimp. Here’s a technique that addresses all three!...
I came across this interactive email featuring Microsoft Surface computers. The email uses an interactive accordion to display a list of Surface devices that expand and collapse when the recipient taps or clicks on an arrow within the accordion. I thought that
I built an interactive email for Email on Acid’s 4th of July campaign with a “Choose Your Adventure” format. The email featured a scenario that is so familiar to those of us who build email campaigns, where a bug is discovered right
I was interviewed by the folks at MailChimp for a newsletter series they were doing on interactive email. FreshInbox: On a Mission to Take Interactive Email Mainstream FreshInbox founder Justin Khoo — who started his career as an internet engineer for GE, built websites