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Tips on How to Integrate Seasonal Design into Your Branding

Even if you don’t look at a calendar for a whole year, you can most probably tell when the holiday season is getting close. Whether it’s the chilly weather or the pumpkin spice, businesses are all aboard the hype train during the holidays and try to find creative ways of adding seasonal design trends into their brand.

Holiday branding is an amazing way of building your brand awareness, but do understand that you can go from spreading the holiday joy to seasonal overkill in a flash.

But let us hold you on for a minute before you hop into the holiday train, read this guide for some tips and tricks on how to incorporate seasonal elements to your brand and products without overdoing it.

Have your logo speak happy holidays.

Your logo is the face of your brand, it speaks about the what your business is all about and the message you convey to the consumers. Your company logo is a reflection of the company’s professionalism and the quality you produce, it is what gives the world an inside view into the culture you are building.

Give your logo a holiday theme, give it a subtle little holiday vibe by coloring it with regards to the holiday palette as opposed to your traditional color scheme. Have some fun and decorate it with a snowman, some holly berries, or a pumpkin to get into the holiday spirit.

The key is subtlety, take note that your logo is one of your brand’s identity. You don’t want to change up your logo to the point where it is no longer recognizable. Have fun with various seasonal design elements but keep the voice of the Santa hats and the pumpkins down so that your company’s voice can still be heard.

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Don’t be limited to the winter holiday seasonal design elements alone. Try to host a variety of seasons not just the winter holidays, including the your industry’s specific seasons.

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Social media and Seasonal Design.

The best place to implement seasonal design elements into is social media.

You can ride with the seasonal tide by using a Facebook cover photo that has a holiday inspired design, for inspiration you can view here! Switch out your Twitter header for a more seasonal header that has an inviting and cozy message. Have your customers and clients meet seasonal greetings and imagery when they decide to visit your different social media pages.
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There are various logo scheduler plugins that will make updating your logo for various social media platforms and as well as your email much easier when it’s time to switch it up for the season. See this for more information now!

If your company has a blog, you can post content that is appropriate for the season. An example would be a company that deals with eco friendly goods would want to write blogs about decorating using eco friendly sustainable lighting.

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