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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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The Benefits of Roll-Out Mats

If your program requires a quick set-up and break-down before, during, or after matches, roll-out mats provide an efficient solution for creating a competitive setting and then returning a room back to its normal environment. Below, we outline the benefits of roll-out mats and how they can help your athletic program.

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SportsGraphics Partners With the Atlanta Braves

The Atlanta Braves launched a partnership with CoolToday for the naming rights of their new spring training ballpark. The 20-year agreement includes scoreboard and dugout signage for CoolToday as well as exterior signage and promotional opportunities for additional events held at the facility.

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How Branding Reflects Your School Values

As a school administrator, you probably associate a brand with a logo, colors, and website design. However, unless yours is a well-known brand, it isn’t likely that most people who see your school logo or school colors will have a strong emotion associated with those images at first.

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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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How to Raise Money to Fund Branding Projects

Like anything else going on in your school or organization, most people reap the benefits of your branding and marketing campaigns but rarely understand how much money and effort it takes to make them happen. Therefore, like anything else, you must raise money by raising awareness of your branding projects.

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