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shermin sathi
Apr 12, 2022
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A few unique effects might have caught your eye. Pretty colors aside, we'll show you how panic used animation, responsive layout, and other eye-catching techniques to create another truly memorable email campaign. But first, a little story. Like many people in the web community, we've always appreciated panic's ability to really push the envelope, not just with their mac software, but with their email campaigns as well. From their awesome product updates to their re-engagement campaigns, Each of their campaigns almost always provides a little instruction to email senders. Of course, it helps that the vast majority of their subscribers read their company mailing list emails in apple's osx and ios mail clients, which means a limited selection of devices to test and, thanks to webkit, great grip css support. So, more than most, panic can experiment with -webkit prefixed properties and other css tricks, provided thatdetail of the latest panic newsletter for the curious, panic created this email from a template, Using our template language, and this campaign really shows how flexible templates can be. Without further deliberation, here are some of the highlights from their latest mailer. Use css3 animation to create a "Ken burns effect" we've considered using css3 animation in emails before and even went so far as to create a christmas email template, complete with a sprinkling of css snow. However, here panic has done a great job applying a tidy ken burns effect to their images, which will likely be replicated by many senders. For the benefit of those who may have browsers that do not support @-webkit-keyframes. The html and css behind this
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