Over the past 6 months, we’ve reinvented how companies can take corporate headshots for their employees. Our virtual headshots platform makes it easier and more efficient than ever for teams to tackle an often complicated, expensive process. But why does your business need new headshots for everyone in the first place?
We’re glad you ask! Below, we’ve collected some of the most popular use cases our customers have for Snapbar Studio.
Consistent headshots for email signature templates
For better or worse, many of us are neck-deep in email, daily, for our jobs. It’s an important part of most jobs, and one of the most common touch points people will have with your brand! While good email signatures are particularly critical for sales teams communicating with potential and current customers, anyone on your team should be representing the company well via email.
Beyond your basic email signature info like name and title, there are opportunities to direct people to the company website, social media, or share a recent update or marketing message at the bottom of the email. Get Prospect, offering sales research and enrichment tools, wrote about how to write a good b2b email signature which offers 7 helpful tips.
When it comes to the key visual, Snapbar Studio makes it easy to capture consistent and on-brand employee headshots to make company email signatures stand out.
Professional or fun headshots for the website About page
Have you looked into the number of your website visitors viewing the company ‘About’ page? You may be surprised how many people visit these types of pages to learn more about your business and team. Poor representation of your people can negatively affect their perception of the brand.
About page headshots don’t have to be stuffy though. You might want to show off a fun side of your team. Snapbar Studio makes this easy. Just set up prompts for your team to take their ‘serious’ picture, and then a ‘fun’ one that represents their personality and the diversity of people on your team!
For inspiration, check out modern corporate headshots taken by our customers in our headshot example gallery.
Easy to capture, automatically edited headshots for badges
For many companies, badges are a necessity for security, or perhaps for a short-term industry event, but they can also be a huge headache. Asking people to submit headshots or taking one from their LinkedIn is never easy. With Studio, we simplify this process and can generate multiple outputs after an employee takes just one headshot. For some fun inspiration, check out our corporate headshot examples.
What’s more, our auto-naming file structures make it easy to collect, track, and assign these headshots for design and printing.
Running an environmentally conscious event? Make your badges digital! Integrate business headshots into your event onboarding and use our platform to capture their name, email, company info, and headshot to make it a breeze for attendees.
Consistent, professional team headshots on chat and social media
On top of email, many of us use some form of chat at work - you know, for sharing gifs and other important things. We also have social media presences, particularly on LinkedIn, that we might use for professional networking and sales. Do you know what your employee profile photos look like there? Is it that awkwardly cropped wedding photo taken 8 years ago?
Make it easy for your people to keep their team headshots on-brand and up to date on any of these platforms so you can feel confident your business’ brand is represented consistently and professionally.
Professional headshots for company business cards
Last, the classic business card. These may never go away and for some industries, like real estate, headshots are still hugely prominent and often in print format. Business cards don’t have to be stale though. Using some of our automated, layered outputs, you can put a fresh spin on business card headshots so they stand out.
Finally, if all of these are use cases for corporate headshots aren’t enough to illustrate how important headshots can be, just talk to your HR and design teams about their current process for dealing with them. When they realize everything they do can be automated and organized, they’ll thank you forever!