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Warren Byrne

Warren joined 1973 Ltd in April 2015 as a Front End Developer. With many years coding experience under his belt Warren is the go to guy for email coding in the company and loves to sink his teeth into any new responsive email template challenge. Warren’s main passion is to find new and interesting ways to make HTML emails appeal to the everyday reader, be it more accessibility or interactivity.

When not working Warren likes to follow (unfortunately) Liverpool FC, partake in many video and board game activities and travel around the world sampling new foods and cultures.

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The Final Frontier – Email Testing

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When you take on a project to create an email there are always three stages to it. The first stage is researching and designing the email. The second stage is coding/building the email and the third stage, which we’ll be covering today, is testing the email. As we’re sure you’re all aware building an email […]

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Tracking Video in Email

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In September 2016 iOS 10 was released with one of the bigger updates being the supporting of the HTML5 video within an email. This allows for developers to add another layer of interactivity to emails in order to gain views and clicks on their emails. Whilst it’s easy to implement video into an email the […]

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Background Images in Email – #LitmusLive Learnings

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By on September 7th In In Design, Development, Email marketing

A month on from the #LitmusLive Conference we take another look at best practice for background images within email and see how our new found knowledge from the conference can help in this area.

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The Email Design Conference 2016

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By on August 8th In In Development, Email marketing, News

1973 lead email developer, Warren Byrne, is buzzing after this year’s Litmus conference and shares his thoughts and learnings from 2 days of everything email!

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