The email signature is a vital tool in presenting UAB as a unified brand, and consistency supports our message.

It should be formatted using Calibri or an approved font. The font size should not be larger than 12pt. The name and title can be green (R-30 G-107 B-82 or #1E6B52 in hexidecimal) or black. All other information should be black. Phone and email options can be changed as necessary to your preferred contact method (P-phone, O-office, M-mobile, F-fax, etc.)

The UAB logo or images should not be included in the signature.

See "Addresses" in the Writing Style Guide for the appropriate ZIP code for your unit.

How to Add Email Signature

Suggested signatures are provided in RTF format below. Download your choice(s) and open in a text editor on your computer. Windows users can use Notepad or equivalent. Mac users should use TextEdit. Then simply enter your information in the layout provided. When you're finished, copy and paste into your email program's "Signatures" preference.

More Information

Standard Version:

Name | Title
Office/Department Name
UAB | The University of Alabama at Birmingham
BLDG Abbreviation Suite # | Mailing or Physical Address | Birmingham, AL ZIP
P: 205.555.5555 | This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

uab.edu

Abbreviated Version:

Name | Title or Office/Department Name
UAB | The University of Alabama at Birmingham
O: 205.555.5555 | M: 205.555.5555

uab.edu

Feedback/Need Help?

Can't find what you need? Do you have suggestions for items to add to our brand and communications toolkit? Email marketing@uab.edu, and we'll connect you with the right University Relations team member.

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