The email signature consists of two parts. You can see this clearly in the first attachment below.
PART ONE: is the name, title, address, phone number, email and social icons (twitter, linked in, blog, video, podcast, published media). Big bonus if the social icons reflect our brand or logo.
PART TWO: is a call to action. You can see the correct size of the call to action in the email signature example I attached. Since this call to action rotates, we need a few rectangles that we can use to swap them out.
You can see our colors and branding at http://www.greenlight.guru. We use lato as our font, #66cc33 for our green and have standard logos.
We're looking for a signature that reflects a high energy, high tech, high growth company. Current signature is too cluttered. Looking for minimal and clean.
1. The alligator blood logo is just a wildcard. It's an internal logo that we use. You don't have to use it.
2. The interchangeable part of the signature is just PART TWO (the call to action). We just need a few interchangeable rectangles. The first part (name, title, address, etc) is always the same. (The reason that it needs to change is that if it's always the same color and format, the eyes never go to it. It needs to go from black to white to green, etc when the call to action changes).