Adding rounded corners to images is a good way to make them stand out. Round pictures and avatars are gaining popularity in UI design but are not so common when it comes to the sender’s photo added to email signatures. This article presents how to add rounded corners to any image in an HTML email and when it might be better to avoid them.Continue reading
A few words against email signatures
Have you ever tried to create a perfect email signature for your entire company? If so, you probably know that designing a good signature is sometimes far more complex than building a complete website. And this is because different email clients have their very own way of interpreting the HTML code you wrote, which makes the signature design be a far cry from what you expected. However, there are several rules that you can follow to achieve better results. Let’s get started.
To design your signature, you would need an HTML editor. The standard Windows Notepad is enough, but an editor with syntax highlighting and automatic completion (like Notepad++ or Sublime Editor) will be a much better option.
It turns out that setting a personal email signature in the Outlook.com web panel isn’t the same as setting it in Office 365 OWA. Don’t panic though – it’s still pretty easy:
1. Log in to your Outlook.com account, click the small gear icon in the upper-right corner, next to your username and select More mail settings (Fig. 1).
Fig. 1. Gear icon and More mail settings option.