Tim Hartwick

Tim Hartwick

Designer at ZURB Joined over 4 years ago

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  • Posted to Gmail will now be supporting CSS media queries, in reply to Patrick Haney , Sep 15, 2016

    Agreed. The .gif in the announcement article looks like a native app, not sure exactly which one though.

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  • Posted to Gmail will now be supporting CSS media queries, Sep 15, 2016

    Finally! No more inlined styles is going to be so nice.

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  • Posted to AMA: ZURB Foundation Team, in reply to Laura McCartney , Mar 30, 2016

    There are so many rewarding aspects of building things for developers - especially open source projects. We love having the community's support shaping the best possible product as well as help crushing bugs! It's super rewarding to hear kind words from others in our industry of how we've improved their workflow in anyway.

    The only downside that I can think of is that it's a little harder to BS on the product... Since Foundation is open source, everyone can see everything. Developers are pretty good at keeping us honest :) Overall though, it's a really rewarding experience!

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  • Posted to AMA: ZURB Foundation Team, in reply to Justin Schier , Mar 30, 2016

    Thanks for the kind words Justin! As you probably guessed, we've been focusing on F4E 2 the past few months and there's still a lot of really cool things we want to introduce to it before we focus too much on F4E 3. We're starting to add more components and getting a rails workflow up and running for F4E 2. However, if Gmail is still an issue by F4E (fingers crossed that it's not) we might look into introducing the sponge grid approach into Inky. We're also hoping to work closer with some of the email testers out there :)

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  • Posted to Foundation for Emails 2, in reply to Andy Leverenz , Mar 23, 2016

    There's plenty of Foundation for Emails v1 out in the wild, but with the brand new release we haven't seen any yet! :) F4E 2 has been tested pretty thoroughly through Litmus, and we'll be sending one out today to our subscribers! You can sign up at the bottom of this blog post if you want to check it out: http://zurb.com/article/1431/email-hell-is-over-pain-free-html-emails-

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  • Posted to Uber Brand Experience, Feb 02, 2016

    I guess they're A/B testing their colors? I'm getting a nicer teal while my coworkers are getting a brighter green. Anybody else seeing this?

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  • Posted to Call Me E-schmail: Conquering the Beast that is HTML Email, in reply to Drew Albinson , Feb 02, 2016

    Thanks Drew! Will definitely check it out.

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  • Posted to Call Me E-schmail: Conquering the Beast that is HTML Email, in reply to Rob Green , Jan 29, 2016

    MailChimp is definitely great at what it does. We're working on chasing down that white whale of a perfect email! We'll be releasing some templates when we launch F4E, are there any templates/patterns you'd like to see when we release it?

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  • Posted to Call Me E-schmail: Conquering the Beast that is HTML Email, in reply to Tim Knight , Jan 29, 2016

    Great to hear! Shoot me a message if you'd like to hop on the private release.

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  • Posted to Call Me E-schmail: Conquering the Beast that is HTML Email, in reply to Sacha Greif , Jan 29, 2016

    Thanks Sacha! I agree with you that that single page layouts, especially on mobile, are usually easier to read. However, we didn't want to restrict the designer, maybe they have a 2-up or 3-up gallery of products that they'd like to include on a small view. With the new syntax and attributes with the Inky language it's much simpler to code like you would using Foundation for Sites. If you'd like to check out the private release shoot me message, would love to hear your feedback!

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