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I've been asked to design an email signature including the company identity and live text.
Can anyone recommend the best way to do this please?
Is there specific software/company I should be using?
Any help would be great
Try and encourage them to just go with plain text. How this is would be deployed depends upon whatever email infrastructure they use.
Also, disadvise crap like "if you're not the intended recipient yadda yadda" and "Save trees! Don't print this email!".
I do like seeing 'relevant current company info' in signatures - recent projects, awards, etc.
Just fight to the death to keep image attachments out of the signature. No one wants to search through a long email chain of broken logo images to find the one attachment they need.
Just use plain text and a system font.
I've learnt (over many, many years) if you use images/signatures/logos, custom fonts or custom html templates, that whenever someone forwards or replys to the email it will get broken and will end up looking a total mess.
I get utility bill emails which arrive to me (direct) looking a shambles. There's so many variables, different systems that your email, when sent, may look good on your computer, but the recipient may see something different.