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it really depends on the product. could you elaborate more what kind of product are you referring to? some products such as news portals it would make sense to have a layout that get customized to the user's preferences after the user signs it. while before signing in the user will get generic content. in this case the answer would be to keep the ux similar. ...
The two experiences should be completely different. I say that because they target two moments of the user interaction: 1- the customer wants no understand the product, its benefits and if this meets his needs and expectations. The public site will help addressing this questions and guide the user to the purchase moment 2- the customer is now a user (i know, ...
Are you planning on having all of the email signature details in the image? If so I would recommend against it. It's a terrible idea because it's not even functional. None of the "links" are interactive. I wouldn't put much weight into have images in the signature.
To answer your key question: yes, it is OK to include images in email signatures. You accepted the value of this approach in your own response: I understand the (perceived) marketing value of including accomplishment-type images in a signature. However, main pet peeves (yes, these are pet peeves because not everyone is equally bothered by embedded ...
What is best for one site/app might not be best for yours. There really aren't any best practices. Try whatever comes natural to you. Test it. If it doesn't work, change it. Don't over think it.
my company has had anniversaries Hey, mine too! But seriously, I don't recommend it. You hit the main points and they are very valid. someone in HR will ask everyone... HR is not marketing. Adding these "awards" and anniversaries is utterly useless to me as a client/customer. The awards have their place on a corporate website, but not in an email ...
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