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Litmus Email Design Conference

Litmus is a great partner of Knak and we are excited to be attending their Email Design Conference in Boston this week.

There is a great speaker lineup from companies like Amazon, Salesforce, Litmus and a bunch of others. We’re looking forward to the following sessions:

  • How to look good naked: optimizing emails for image blocking
  • Perfectly Practical: HTML typography in email
  • Building interactive email
  • Responsive email without media queries

We’ll be live blogging from the event, so make sure to follow the blog for all the latest tips, tricks and best practices when it comes to designing bulletproof emails.

And before we get started, here’s a little taste of Boston from last night. No one does a lobster roll quite like them!

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Pierce Ujjainwalla has years of experience as a CEO, entrepreneur, and marketing leader. He has lived in the marketing trenches at companies like IBM, SAP, NVIDIA, and Marketo, and he launched Knak in 2015 as a platform designed to help Marketers simplify email creation. Visit his personal blog, Unsubscribed!, for more of the insight he’s gained as founder and CEO of Knak.

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