Just the same as in our real life, a good signature on the web can add some personal touch and make you unique and trustworthy. If you are a blog writer, you might need a signature at the end of a post. If you are sending out emails, you may need a special signature to replace your plain and boring texts. If you are making an e-book or a sales letter, a personalized signature can add more trustworthiness.
How do you design your own signature and use it online everywhere? One way is to get an exact copy of your signature. You can simply write your signature on a sheet of paper then scan it and save the signature image and use it whenever you like. Another way is to draw your signature on your computer by using some designing software like Photoshop, Illustrator and then save it to use later. The disadvantage of the ways above is that it takes some time and you may not get an ideal result. A quick and maybe better way we recommend is to use a signature font that has handwriting or calligraphy styles to convert your name into impressive signatures.
One handwriting font for signature we like is Måns Grebäck’s Signerica. It is a connected script font that is available in three styles.
To download free signature fonts, you can check out our free fonts collection in the categories like cursive and handwriting. If you are looking for professional signature fonts with good kerning, alternates, broad character support, have a look at signature fonts at MyFonts.com. If you don’t want the hassle of downloading and installing fonts, but just want to use signature fonts fonts online, you should check our text generator tool below.
Create text images with Signature Fonts
The following tool will convert your text into images using signature fonts. Simply enter your text, select a color and text effect, and hit GENERATE button. You can then save the image, or use the EMBED button to get image links. If you are not satisfied with the result, you may want to use our image tools to modify the image.