Your signature should be short and give all the information the reader needs: your name, what you do, how to contact you, and any further info (through a link to the cxpartners website).
Additional information such as blog posts, Skype details, or twitter usernames can be put in your signature, but prioritise this additional information so the signature is in a logical order.
The addresses and small-print at the bottom of the signature are a legal requirement in the United Kingdom, so please do not remove these.
Email signatures are formatted in plain text to ensure consistency and ease of us across all applications, operating systems, and devices.
[OPTIONAL: additional information, e.g. book promotion]
+44 0000 000 0000
+44 00000 000 000
This email and any files transmitted with it are company confidential and are intended solely for use of the individual or entity to whom they are addressed. If you have received this email in error, please discard it and notify me directly.
cxpartners is the trading name of cxpartners Ltd., a company registered in England and Wales number 5098178. Registered office: 2 College Square, Anchor Road, Bristol, BS1 5UE, UK. VAT registration 826 8893 72
Here’s how your emails from @cxpartners.co.uk addresses should be formatted.
- Use as few font sizes, weights, and colours as possible
- Make sure your email text and signature are consistent with these guidelines
- Copy and paste the signature templates from above. The type size, weights, and colour are different to set the signature back from the text of the email
- Do not put images or your sign-off (e.g. Kind regards, Joseph) in your signature
Formatting your text
Your email text should be set in Arial, 13pt, Black.
Arial is a system font on most devices, so it won't be substituted by an inappropriate font. If readers want smaller or larger text they can zoom in or out on their device.