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Top 10 Blogs to Follow for a Great Mascot Logo Design

Posted by Nour Zikra

Sep 12, 2016 2:33:01 PM

Mascot logo design

The popularity of Mascots, continue to grow and expand as part of marketing and advertising. Marketers realize that mascot logo design and implementation is an important part of any marketing strategy.

Why? because we are visual creatures. Thus providing visual stimulation to our buyers is important.  Besides with mascots we can humanize our products and services. In today’s society, mascots provide us more flexibility when it comes to being politically correct. Mascots help create a real connection between your company and customer.

A mascot can be the ultimate game-changer, separating your company from the crowded field of competition.

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10 Blogs to Help You with Mascot Logo Design

Posted by Nour Zikra

Feb 5, 2016 1:30:00 PM

logosMascotsFirst of all, lets review the use of a mascot logo and mascot logo design. A mascot logo is important for the creation of your brand identity. It is what people associate you with. Think of the Pillsbury guy and you'll understand exactly what we mean. A mascot can be an animal, person, or thing adopted by a group (team, company, organization, product etc.) as its representative symbol. So, now that you have an idea of what a mascot logo is, take a look at the following blogs which can assist you when considering a mascot logo design:

  • 35 Logos Designs that Make Use of Mascots - When it comes to logo designs, there are plenty of different styles and approaches that can be used. Of course, the best approach will vary from one project and one business to the next.
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5 Best Blogs to Follow About Mascot Logo Design

Posted by Nour Zikra

Nov 24, 2015 3:45:59 PM

navy-goat.jpgNo matter what company you look at, chances are that they have a mascot. Your mascot logo design is the face of your company. It is what everyone thinks of when they think of you. So what is a mascot? A mascot is an animal, person, or thing adopted by a group (team, company, organization, product etc.) as its representative symbol, and it is believed to bring good luck: For example, the U.S. Navy mascot is a goat. Here is a list of five blogs that can assist you when considering a mascot logo design.

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Mascot Logo Design - 10 Best Blogs to Follow

Posted by jack manhire

Aug 21, 2015 1:30:00 PM

logosMascots

The popularity of Mascots, continue to grow and expand as part of marketing and advertising. Marketers realize that mascot logo design and implementation is an important part of any marketing strategy.

Why? because we are visual creatures. Thus providing visual stimulation to our buyers is important.  Besides with mascots we can humanize our products and services. In today’s society, mascots provide us more flexibility when it comes to being politically correct. Mascots help create a real connection between your company and customer.

A mascot can be the ultimate game-changer, separating your company from the crowded field of competition.

Read More

Topics: mascot design

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet on Mascot Logo Design

Posted by jack manhire

Jan 7, 2015 3:00:00 PM

mascotDifferenceBesides the proper use of social media outlets, there is another trend that is becoming a popular and powerful way to humanize your brand and foster a friendly relationship with your targeted buyers — characters who serve as mascots for businesses.

Some companies may not realize it, but nowadays having a mascot is just as important (and possibly more important) than having a logo. Using a mascot for your business not only increases your chances of being noticed, but it also makes your business a lot more memorable.

First of all, a logo especially a mascot logo is not a brand and a nickname is not a mascot but all three, when designed and utilized properly can strengthen your brand. So what is a mascot: an animal, person, or thing adopted by a group (team, company, organization, product etc.) as its representative symbol and supposed to bring good luck: For example the U.S. Navy mascot is a goat.

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10 Best Blogs to Follow About Mascot Logo Design

Posted by Denise Parkhill

Dec 12, 2014 3:00:00 PM

logosMascotsFirst of all, lets review the use of a mascot logo and mascot logo design. A logo especially a mascot logo is not a brand and a nickname is not a mascot but all three, when designed and utilized properly can strengthen your brand. So what is a mascot: an animal, person, or thing adopted by a group (team, company, organization, product etc.) as its representative symbol and supposed to bring good luck: For example the U.S. Navy mascot is a goat.

Here is a list of blogs that can assist you when considering a mascot logo design. 

  • 35 Logos Designs that Make Use of Mascots - When it comes to logo designs, there are plenty of different styles and approaches that can be used. Of course, the best approach will vary from one project and one business to the next.
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Topics: mascot design

Mascot Logos – Common Misconceptions

Posted by jack manhire

Oct 29, 2014 3:00:00 PM

mascotDifferenceFirst of all, a logo especially a mascot logo is not a brand and a nickname is not a mascot but all three, when designed and utilized properly can strengthen your brand. So what is a mascot: an animal, person, or thing adopted by a group (team, company, organization, product etc.) as its representative symbol and supposed to bring good luck: For example the U.S. Navy mascot is a goat.

Why a Mascot

There are several reasons why mascots are:

  1. They help invoke a sense of belonging or loyalty
  2. Product mascots often produce a warm, nostalgic effect on customers and potential customers
  3. Today’s computer graphics allows mascots to appear more natural
  4. Mascots can always appear more warm and smiley
  5. Taps into the buying power of children
  6. Mascots can be less PC (politically correct) than human representatives
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Topics: logo design, mascot design