E-mail signature best practices can help to ensure that University e-mail meets professional standards, represents the quality of your work and the University’s business, and provides relevant information to support UT Martin business processes. Here are some suggested guidelines to consider when creating your University e-mail signature.
The image below is the approved, official image for use in UT Martin e-mail signatures. Name and contact information should be inserted below the ‘Discover’ image in University signatures.
Windows 7 users will need to use this 96 dpi version below for the image to display correctly in your email client.
To use the ‘Discover’ logo, save the image to your computer (right mouse click, ’Save As’ or drag the image to your desktop).
Name (First, Last, and professional or academic title, as appropriate)
The University of Tennessee at Martin
Some fonts are easier to read than others. Simple fonts like Arial, Verdana, and Calibri are easier to read on computer monitors and screens than more complex script and cursive fonts.
Black type is the most legible and recommended text color for your signature. Darker gray hues are also acceptable.
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