{"_id":"56421475b0dc090d00f8842c","project":"542979c51215fe08007e0ee5","category":{"_id":"542979c51215fe08007e0ee9","project":"542979c51215fe08007e0ee5","version":"542979c51215fe08007e0ee8","__v":12,"pages":["542979c51215fe08007e0eeb","542ae00fcedcfc140004b81e","542abdb354d88d140075fbf2","542986467a6b690800767fb1","54298c241215fe08007e0ff4","54380adef1c23914006724b9","546287c18ba5620800710e4c","55e99381358d923700be988e","56328926df556c0d00cd0929","56421475b0dc090d00f8842c"],"sync":{"url":"","isSync":false},"reference":false,"createdAt":"2014-09-29T15:24:53.471Z","from_sync":false,"order":0,"slug":"documentation","title":"Documentation"},"user":"542979b61215fe08007e0ee4","__v":24,"version":{"_id":"542979c51215fe08007e0ee8","project":"542979c51215fe08007e0ee5","__v":4,"createdAt":"2014-09-29T15:24:53.437Z","releaseDate":"2014-09-29T15:24:53.437Z","categories":["542979c51215fe08007e0ee9","542985897a6b690800767fab","5429898d1215fe08007e0fe6","542ac5aa54d88d140075fcaf"],"is_deprecated":false,"is_hidden":false,"is_beta":true,"is_stable":true,"codename":"","version_clean":"1.0.0","version":"1.0"},"parentDoc":null,"updates":[],"next":{"pages":[],"description":""},"createdAt":"2015-11-10T15:59:49.253Z","link_external":false,"link_url":"","githubsync":"","sync_unique":"","hidden":false,"api":{"results":{"codes":[]},"settings":"","auth":"required","params":[],"url":""},"isReference":false,"order":9,"body":"Making modern, responsive emails require many techniques, fixes and workarounds pioneered by generous forward-thinkers in the email community.  If you browse [Inkcite's code](https://github.com/inkceptional/inkcite) you'll find frequent comments that reference the original source of a rendering fix or responsive technique.  If perusing Ruby code isn't your thing, here's a list of the individuals and companies (*in alphabetical order*) whose solutions are put to use by Inckite: \n\n## Thank You\n\n* Brian Graves ([:::at:::briangraves](http://twitter.com/briangraves)) for his open-source [Responsive Email Patterns](http://responsiveemailpatterns.com/) and his article on content [choreography in responsive emails](http://www.degdigital.com/blog/content-choreography-in-responsive-email/).\n* Courtney Fantinato ([@CourtFantinato](http://twitter.com/CourtFantinato)) for her technique for [fluid-hybrid images](http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tutorials/creating-a-future-proof-responsive-email-without-media-queries--cms-23919#comment-2074740905).\n* Eli Dickinson ([@esd](http://twitter.com/esd)) for [Make Your Emails Look Better on iPhone](http://www.industrydive.com/news/post/how-to-fix-email-marketing-for-iphone-ipad/).\n* Elliot Ross ([@iamelliot](http://twitter.com/iamelliot)) at ActionRocket for [Using Web Fonts in Email](http://www.emaildesignreview.com/html-email-coding/web-fonts-in-email-1482/).\n* Email on Acid ([@EmailonAcid](http://twitter.com/EmailonAcid)) for their [image swapping technique for mobile images](http://www.emailonacid.com/blog/details/C13/a_slick_new_image_swapping_technique_for_responsive_emails) and a large number of fixes and tweaks to perfect rendering in many email clients.\n* Jason Rodriguez’s ([@RodriguezCommaJ](http://twitter.com/RodriguezCommaJ)) [Email as an Open Book](https://litmus.com/blog/email-as-an-open-book) post for inspiring us to open-source Inkcite.\n* Joes Friedlaender ([@jfriedlaender](http://twitter.com/jfriedlaender)) for his [Ruby algorithm for adjusting hex colors](http://www.redguava.com.au/2011/10/lighten-or-darken-a-hexadecimal-color-in-ruby-on-rails/). \n* Lee Munroe ([@leemunroe](http://twitter.com/leemunroe)) for his [invisible preheader technique](http://www.leemunroe.com/building-html-email/).\n* Litmus ([@litmus](http://twitter.com/litmus)) for their [community](https://litmus.com/community), [Email Design Conference](https://litmus.com/conference), compatibility testing and analytics APIs, plus the countless hours their whole team spends educating and helping the community.\n* James Macwhite ([@jamesmacwhite](http://twitter.com/jamesmacwhite)) for [enabling CSS3 media queries on Windows Phones](https://blog.jmwhite.co.uk/2014/03/01/windows-phone-does-support-css3-media-queries-in-html-email/) and his [fix for off-center emails in Android 4.4 KitKat](https://blog.jmwhite.co.uk/2015/09/19/revealing-why-emails-appear-off-centre-in-android-4-4-kitkat/).\n* Nicole Merlin ([@moonstrips](http://twitter.com/moonstrips)) for her tutorial on [fluid-hybrid responsive emails without media queries](http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tutorials/creating-a-future-proof-responsive-email-without-media-queries--cms-23919).\n* Ros Hodgekiss ([@yarrcat](http://twitter.com/yarrcat)) and the whole team at Campaign Monitor ([@campaignmonitor](http://twitter.com/campaignmonitor)) for their tutorial on [centered responsive design without media queries](https://www.campaignmonitor.com/blog/email-marketing/2014/07/creating-a-centred-responsive-design-without-media-queries/) plus countless other fixes and tweaks they've blogged or talked about on Twitter.","excerpt":"","slug":"acknowledgements","type":"basic","title":"Acknowledgements"}
Making modern, responsive emails require many techniques, fixes and workarounds pioneered by generous forward-thinkers in the email community. If you browse [Inkcite's code](https://github.com/inkceptional/inkcite) you'll find frequent comments that reference the original source of a rendering fix or responsive technique. If perusing Ruby code isn't your thing, here's a list of the individuals and companies (*in alphabetical order*) whose solutions are put to use by Inckite: ## Thank You * Brian Graves ([@briangraves](http://twitter.com/briangraves)) for his open-source [Responsive Email Patterns](http://responsiveemailpatterns.com/) and his article on content [choreography in responsive emails](http://www.degdigital.com/blog/content-choreography-in-responsive-email/). * Courtney Fantinato ([@CourtFantinato](http://twitter.com/CourtFantinato)) for her technique for [fluid-hybrid images](http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tutorials/creating-a-future-proof-responsive-email-without-media-queries--cms-23919#comment-2074740905). * Eli Dickinson ([@esd](http://twitter.com/esd)) for [Make Your Emails Look Better on iPhone](http://www.industrydive.com/news/post/how-to-fix-email-marketing-for-iphone-ipad/). * Elliot Ross ([@iamelliot](http://twitter.com/iamelliot)) at ActionRocket for [Using Web Fonts in Email](http://www.emaildesignreview.com/html-email-coding/web-fonts-in-email-1482/). * Email on Acid ([@EmailonAcid](http://twitter.com/EmailonAcid)) for their [image swapping technique for mobile images](http://www.emailonacid.com/blog/details/C13/a_slick_new_image_swapping_technique_for_responsive_emails) and a large number of fixes and tweaks to perfect rendering in many email clients. * Jason Rodriguez’s ([@RodriguezCommaJ](http://twitter.com/RodriguezCommaJ)) [Email as an Open Book](https://litmus.com/blog/email-as-an-open-book) post for inspiring us to open-source Inkcite. * Joes Friedlaender ([@jfriedlaender](http://twitter.com/jfriedlaender)) for his [Ruby algorithm for adjusting hex colors](http://www.redguava.com.au/2011/10/lighten-or-darken-a-hexadecimal-color-in-ruby-on-rails/). * Lee Munroe ([@leemunroe](http://twitter.com/leemunroe)) for his [invisible preheader technique](http://www.leemunroe.com/building-html-email/). * Litmus ([@litmus](http://twitter.com/litmus)) for their [community](https://litmus.com/community), [Email Design Conference](https://litmus.com/conference), compatibility testing and analytics APIs, plus the countless hours their whole team spends educating and helping the community. * James Macwhite ([@jamesmacwhite](http://twitter.com/jamesmacwhite)) for [enabling CSS3 media queries on Windows Phones](https://blog.jmwhite.co.uk/2014/03/01/windows-phone-does-support-css3-media-queries-in-html-email/) and his [fix for off-center emails in Android 4.4 KitKat](https://blog.jmwhite.co.uk/2015/09/19/revealing-why-emails-appear-off-centre-in-android-4-4-kitkat/). * Nicole Merlin ([@moonstrips](http://twitter.com/moonstrips)) for her tutorial on [fluid-hybrid responsive emails without media queries](http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tutorials/creating-a-future-proof-responsive-email-without-media-queries--cms-23919). * Ros Hodgekiss ([@yarrcat](http://twitter.com/yarrcat)) and the whole team at Campaign Monitor ([@campaignmonitor](http://twitter.com/campaignmonitor)) for their tutorial on [centered responsive design without media queries](https://www.campaignmonitor.com/blog/email-marketing/2014/07/creating-a-centred-responsive-design-without-media-queries/) plus countless other fixes and tweaks they've blogged or talked about on Twitter.