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School Branding

How to Brand Your Track Arena

While it may not seem as important to put safety equipment and other branding materials in your outdoor athletic facilities, it’s still crucial you do. Branding your athletic facilities ihelps enhance the atmosphere for your fans and athletes. When you think of an electric athletic atmosphere, you may think of enclosed stadiums, like basketball stadiums. However, creating that same atmosphere in outdoor facilities can be more difficult. Because of the open-air facilities, lack of enclosure, and more, it may be difficult to create the atmosphere you desire.

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Ways to Fundraise For Your Branding Needs

As a school administrator, you know that raising money for your school’s athletic facilities is one of the most crucial aspects of the entire process. A great deal of effort and planning goes into coordinating marketing and fundraising campaigns. To successful gain the money you need to bring the branding and design vision to life in your athletic facilities, you need to create a budget and a plan to tie in any donation and sponsor money you may acquire with fundraising money to pay for all your expenses, as well as branding. Here, our team at SportsGraphics will discuss the best ways to raise money for your branding goals.

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Creating Your School’s Style Guide

Creating a style guide for your school is crucial to establishing a brand identity for your teams. An established brand allows you to create an atmosphere for athletes, fans, and parents that brings unity, pride, and joy to your sports programs. Additionally, a style guide is crucial when you are creating graphics, clothing, and planning for advertising events. Ultimately, your brand is your school identity, and you should do everything you can to ensure you are meeting the needs and desires of your fanbase and athletes. Here, our experts at SportsGraphics will discuss important aspects to consider when creating your school’s style guide.

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What To Consider When Designing Your New Brand

When designing an entirely new brand for your school, there are many things to keep in mind. You want viewers to understand the concept but not be overwhelmed. It needs to be visually appealing and easily relatable for your audience.

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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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Benefits of Window Graphics in Your Sports Facilities

Implementing your program’s logos, colors, and mascots on window graphics are an easy, affordable way to show off your school’s pride. Window graphics can cause your school’s colors and logos pop, and when the light streams through the graphics, it creates an aesthetic that cannot be beat.

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Ideas for Designing Your School Banner

School Banners are designed to make broad, sweeping statements that catch the eye or turn the head in as few words or images as possible. Banners contain succinct proclamations that you make with a very tiny space in which you are attempting to lead someone into action, not just thought. They are designed to mobilize without giving much attention to the design itself.

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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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Understanding Negative Space in Sports Lettering

Sports lettering differs from other types of lettering fonts because it becomes instantly recognizable as a symbol of your school’s branding, culture, and athletic prowess. Therefore, when you create your SportsGraphics banners, mats, padding, or window graphics, you should consider the impact of the lettering in your overall layout.

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