25 Amazing Examples of Animal Website Mascots

25 Amazing Examples of Animal Website Mascots

Every website has its logo, has its visual identity, an element that communicates its culture, its vision, the “personification” of a company. From letters to images and illustrations, every visual identity is unique and has something different to express.

Today we bring you 25 examples of websites with animal mascots, websites that have chosen to represent their identity using animals. Animals are always cute, playful and beautiful, so they are certainly a good choice to get attention.

25 Amazing Examples of Animal Website Mascots

Examples of Animal Website Mascots

From octopus to monkeys and even a fly, we will show how several websites use animal mascots in web design in a beautiful and creative way. You can have a serious lion logo, a colorful duck or a funny dinosaur to represent your website, just use whatever is best to represent your identity. And by using animal mascots it doesn’t mean you won’t be taken seriously, so check out these examples and give a thought to using animals in web design.

MailChimp
MailChimp

Cornerd
Cornerd

StillPointe
StillPointe

Pointless Corp
Pointless Corp

Racinel
Racinel

Forever Heavy
Forever Heavy

Cappen
Cappen

Haunted Cathouse
Haunted Cathouse

N.Design Studio
N.Design Studio

Third Culture Studios
Third Culture Studios

Squared Eye
Squared Eye

Impala Webstudio
Impala Webstudio

Yipori
Yipori

Mooze Design
Mooze Design

Designzillas
Designzillas

Word Refuge
Word Refuge

Quodis
Quodis

Jon Tremaine
Jon Tremaine

Brizk
Brizk

Inspiremonkey
Inspiremonkey

Pretty Production
Pretty Production

Kinetic Shadows
Kinetic Shadows

Branded07
Branded07

Friendly Duck
Friendly Duck

Silverback
Silverback

Conclusion

What do you think of using animal mascots to brand your website identity? Have you seen any other use of animal mascots on websites, please share with us in the comments below.

Gisele Muller is someone who loves communication, creativity, technology, the web and everything in between.

Comments

  1. / Reply

    Wow… this are really nice. Great source of inspiration. Thank you!

  2. / Reply

    Some great examples here. When using pictures of animals (especially cute or cartoon images), it’s very easy to let your site drift away from professionalism. These sites have succeeded in maintaining the necessary standard, IMO.

    • Adam,
    • March 19, 2011
    / Reply

    These are pretty good but you forgot the most famous one … Twitter :-D

  3. / Reply

    Cant get enough of Mailchimp!

  4. / Reply

    Really like the ones form Designzillas as it’s integrated about ten times on their website.

  5. / Reply

    Branded07 got a cute animal mascot.
    I second Adam on missing out twitter from the list.

  6. / Reply

    How about http://www.webMunky.com? :)

    • June,
    • March 21, 2011
    / Reply

    LOVE the designzillas mascot!

  7. / Reply

    I don’t know about you guys but I like the llamas on StillPointe’s site. There’s just something funny about a llama.

    • Brad,
    • March 21, 2011
    / Reply

    I was looking around for animal inspiration in design for my company and game across this post. Thanks so much, it was EXACTLY what I was looking for.

    • CodeMyConcept,
    • March 22, 2011
    / Reply

    Mascots give life to a website!

    Good examples on how to use them.

    http://www.codemyconcept.com/

    • Hilda Hoffbrau,
    • March 25, 2011
    / Reply

    Love this list. I also like the fat pudding cat
    http://www.fat-pudding.com

  8. / Reply

    Nice selection indeed. But, in my opinion, some design examples are depressive. I would never use such animal images for a logo of my company. But of course there are lots of worthy and adequate variants, too.

  9. / Reply

    Great collection, I like the design of http://www.mailchimp.com/ it’s so funny.

  10. / Reply

    Very nice selection, i really like the cornerd monsters

  11. / Reply

    I think having a site mascot is a great idea. You are able to incorporate it into your logo as well as having them as a quirky feature on the rest of your site. I agree with Pragmatic Design in that they don’t go over the top with the design just because there is a mascot on the site, however, not all sites have to be entirely professional and clean; it all depends on the business and your audience. These mascots are used on sites where the audience are more likely to appreciate the style and in some cases wittiness of the mascots.

  12. / Reply

    You should look at my school mascot, unique like you never seen before, google “Frenkel” and see the mascot, never seen more beautiful than that.

  13. / Reply

    Good design going on here. Props for posting. I have been looking for ideas for a new site and I think I found them! Thanks.

  14. / Reply

    Very nice designs!

  15. / Reply

    Mooze Design FTW! I love that snout.

  16. / Reply

    looks great. thanks for sharing.

  17. / Reply

    Those are awesome!

  18. / Reply

    super collection, thanks i got some idea so that i can make for my own website.

    thanks

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