I just came across a post from 2016, about why you shouldn’t design your email campaigns. This probably doesn’t apply to all situations and industries, but I know for a fact that many clients pay for lots of hours of crafting, debugging and testing custom templates that aren’t really worth the time.
Link: Don’t Design Your Emails
A lightweight and modular front-end framework for developing fast and powerful web interfaces.
I’ve been contributing to a project where this little UI framework is used, and it’s pretty cool.
Check it out: UIkit
PSA: You don’t need to add the whole Bootstrap code and a zillion dependencies and plugins just because it’s easier to use col-md-3 than hacking some CSS to float a few divs.
Use the link below to download a customized version of Bootstrap. Need the Grid System? Perhaps the pretty Glyphycons or tooltips? This has you covered:
Customize & Download Bootstrap
Mat Marquis warns on the performance impact of the CSS property text-rendering: optimizeLegibility, on this great article: text-rendering: optimizeLegibility is Decadent and Depraved