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MailChimp Email Blueprints vs Zurb Ink: What are the differences?
What is MailChimp Email Blueprints? HTML Email Layouts by MailChimp. Email Blueprints is a collection of HTML email templates that can serve as a solid foundation and starting point for the design of emails. They include template language elements that make them customizable when imported into a MailChimp account, as well as merge tags that will generate dynamic content when sent through MailChimp. Not a MailChimp user? You can sign up free or simply strip out merge tags and use these templates to send through any system.
What is Zurb Ink? Quickly create responsive HTML emails that work on any device & client. Even Outlook. Ink is a responsive email framework, used to make HTML emails look great on any client or device. It includes a 12-column grid, as well as some simple UI elements for rapid prototyping.
MailChimp Email Blueprints and Zurb Ink can be primarily classified as "Open Source Email Templates" tools.
Some of the features offered by MailChimp Email Blueprints are:
- /modular-template-patterns contains a single template built out of modular blocks of common design patterns
- /responsive-templates contains a collection of responsive / mobile-friendly email templates with various layouts
- /templates contains a collection of fixed-width email templates with various layouts
On the other hand, Zurb Ink provides the following key features:
- Made by ZURB
MailChimp Email Blueprints and Zurb Ink are both open source tools. Zurb Ink with 7.09K GitHub stars and 870 forks on GitHub appears to be more popular than MailChimp Email Blueprints with 6.57K GitHub stars and 2.75K GitHub forks.