Re: NVDA Certification Highlight or set as an Email signature.

Quentin Christensen

Hi Tikaram,

After passing, then purchasing the certification - as Brian indicated and as you did recently - I send out a congratulatory note with the certificate attached as a PDF file, and also with the NVDA Certified Expert logo you can use in an email signature, on your website, or wherever else you wish to advertise it.

In short - you can add the image to your email signature in exactly the same way as you have your photo currently in your personal signature (not present on Tikaram's signature, but he also emailed me offlist).  The process varies between email clients or websites, but in general, if you go to the signature settings, you can type in the information you wish to appear, and there is usually a button to include an image.

Some people leave the image to speak for itself (ideally please ensure it has alt text), and some add some simple text like "NVDA Certified Expert 2022".  If you make either a link, the certification page is at:

If you can advise on your email client, I'm sure I or someone else can give precise steps, but the image was attached to the email I sent, and is called "NVDA Certified Expert 2022.png".  As far as I know, everything creating email these days should be able to work with PNG files, but if you need it as a JPG file, let me know and I can send it to you in that format.

Perhaps Brian or others might weigh in, we currently send the image as a PNG file for people to use as they wish.  Would it be easier if we (instead or as well) included a block like the following to include?

NVDA Certified Expert 2022

I must admit, I edit my email signature so rarely I haven't even looked into doing something like that, or whether that would work in all email clients?

(I just made the image URL up btw, not sure if it is on our site anywhere to link to currently, but obviously we could upload it there)


On Mon, Feb 13, 2023 at 3:01 AM TIKARAM MAHTO <tika949898@...> wrote:
Hi Everyone,

After purchasing the NVDA certification, how can I use it as an Email signature?
If any help would be appreciated.

Thanks and regards,

Quentin Christensen
Training and Support Manager

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