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Sprucing Up Your Old Sports Facilities

Many schools throughout the country were built decades ago and are slowly deteriorating. Typically, the most used portions of the school, such as gyms and other athletic facilities, deteriorate more quickly. The frequent use stems from multiple, daily physical education classes, assemblies, practices, dances, games, and more.

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Why You Should Consider Branding Your Facilities

Oftentimes, athletic teams and facilities are the pride and joy of schools. Students, faculty and staff, alumni, and residents of the city represent their school proudly, and need to have the branding to show off their pride. Most schools understand branding is necessary to create an undeniable presence that rivals every competitor. In addition to branding on apparel, branding is most important in your school’s athletic facilities or other buildings. Below, our experts at SportsGraphics will go through easy ways to brand your facilities.

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How to Engage Your Students with Wall Graphics

In today’s digital age, it takes a lot to get and keep a student’s attention. Students are surprised by little and not nearly as easy to impress. However, the rules of design are still the same. What grabbed people’s attentions thirty years ago still grabs their attentions today, regardless of their age.

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What Are the Most Important Elements in School Branding?

A brand is your organization’s persona. Although brands develop organically, such as the formation of social culture, eventually, an organization needs to take ownership of how their brand is projected and received in the collective consciousness, i.e., the public eye. Branding must hit people on various levels.

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SportsGraphics & Dude Perfect: A Winning Combination

How about this one: an absolute amateur shooting a basketball from a 37-story skyscraper to a goal on one end of a basketball court 450 feet below on the first try. All of this was captured on video, with absolutely no camera tricks, in a televised impromptu show on a major television network during prime time.

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What is a Style Guide and Why Is It Important?

Your school needs a consistent and uniform look and feel. Your school style guide is a document that contains formatted artwork of your official school logo, colors, commonly used designs, and lettering, among other markings and graphics.

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Tips for Creating an Eye-Catching School Banner

Few things catch a viewer’s attention than a big banner placed across a wall, entryway, or window. However, to get people’s attention, you need to approach your banner with a focused strategy and a creative mindset.

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Make a Powerful Impression With School Window Graphics

Plain windows are forgettable. They make no first impression and leave no lasting impact. Sharp, creative window graphics, however, that display your school colors, logo or mascot spread out over the front of entry windows, classroom windows, or any other visible windows make an indelible impression.

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How Branding Completely Transforms Your School's Culture

Branding a school isn't about selling the school or the kids who go there. It's about sharing the amazing experiences that happen on and around campus. Organizations, like people, develop their identity and personality based on the heritage they create and the culture they elevated when they collect and share positive experiences.

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The Importance of Branding in School Sports

Few things heighten campus vitality and school pride like athletics. Students love to rally around sports teams as they compete against rivals. For this reason alone, one of your core focal points needs to be on branding your school. Students, alumni, faculty, and staff need to feel the intensity of your school pride, everywhere they go.

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