We use an array of signatures to represent the signing experience. Signatures may contain attributions that change based on the persona of the signer. Always use correctly formatted attributions. For a list of acceptable mockup signatures, refer to the signature dictionary.
Here are a few approved uses of signatures and accompanying attributions.
Keep the stroke weight in mind when using signatures. We don’t want these elements to look like they were signed with a marker (too thick) or a pencil (too thin).
For both consistency and simplicity, we’ve created a standard attribution format across customers, businesses, partners and employees. The only thing that will differ is the types of information shown, depending on the persona. Name, role and business name should never wrap beyond one line. If a role is longer than visually acceptable, you may simplify the role (e.g., Executive briefing consultant becomes Consultant).