15 Vector Character Mascots Used In Websites


Many website today use a vector character mascots. This can give their website or web service a face. When I think of ZenDesk I think of the buddah, and mailchimp the chimp mailman. Here are 15 website / services that use vector character mascots. If you want to add to the list, feel free to drop in a comment. Anyway, enjoy!

Book Keeping In a Box

1Book Keeping In a Box Vector Character Mascot

Bookkeeping in a Box Business Owners was created by a bookkeeper to help business owners manage their financial & business records. The website uses two fun vector character mascots on the homepage. 

Old Loft

Old Loft Vector Character Mascot

Old Loft is group of passionate web professionals coding, designing and writing. They created themselves as vector animal mascots. Their approach is fun and friendly. 

Silver Back App

Silver Back App Vector Character Mascot

Silver back App is a guerrilla usability testing software for designers and developers. They chose a gorilla as a mascot because it rhymes with guerilla. Clever choice! 

Veboo Labs

Veboo Labs Vector Character Mascot

Veboo is an experienced team of web designers and developers focused on providing highest quality. They are always on a pursuit to find innovating solutions that can help their clients shine. They vectorized themselves. This way the website looks more personal, fun and friendly.

Photoshop Lady

Photoshop Lady Vector Character Mascot

Photoshop Lady aims to collect the best and free photoshop tutorials around the internet. All of the high quality photoshop tutorials are categorized into 3D Effect, Abstract Effect, Drawing Effect, Photo Effect, Text Effect, Texture & Patterns and User Interface Design. She created a vector character mascot of herself to make the website design look more personal and friendly.

Mail Chimp

Mail Chimp Vector Character Mascot

We all know Mailchimp. Mailchimp is an online email marketing solution to manage contacts, send emails and track results. Offers plug-ins for other programs. Their famous mascot is a mailman chimp. 

Cream Scoop

Cream Scoop Vector Character Mascot

Creamscoop takes care of details, their projects are reflections of their working culture of building the best quality websites. They have a grumpy looking vector mascot.


Branded07 Vector Character Mascot

Branded Seven is the online portfolio of Rob Palmer. Designer, Developer and Illustrator from London, Uk.

Zen Desk

Zen Desk Vector Character Mascot

Zendesk is the leading cloud-based customer service software solution with over 30,000 customers worldwide. Their products helps you lower costs, raise productivity, and increase customer satisfaction. Their buddha macot is worldwide famous.


Octwelve Vector Character Mascot

Octwelve is a modern web design blog designed and written by Luc Melgar. The topics are about web design trends, web design tutorials, and more.


Veerle Vector Character Mascots

This blog belongs to a Belgian graphic/web designer, chief of the playground at Duoh! and design lead at Fab.

Ellis Lab

Ellis Lab Vector Character Mascots

Ellis Lab builds software for web professionals, and enthusiastically supports them. They have a cool, scientist vector character mascot. 

Freelance Switch

Freelance Switch Vector Character Mascot

FreelanceSwitch is a community of freelancers of all varieties. The site offers freelance job listings, a directory of freelancers, resources and more.

Read Twit

Read Twit Vector Character Mascots

This is  a nice website with a really fun and unique design. The cute Twitter birds look great as vector mascots. 


Enrichmint Vector Character Mascots

Enrichmint maintains websites for busy business owners. They provide your website with things such as fresh content, targeted keywords, monthly maintenance and more.

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17 thoughts on “15 Vector Character Mascots Used In Websites”

  1. WoW ! This is very funny actually. Great List BDW. I think today Mascots make your company stand out when you see a similar thing 🙂

  2. It seems that mascots have become a little bit of a trend in recent times, I suppose it’s because it makes the business seem more approachable and friendly. Thinking about having one made up for http://www.businessnoob.com myself! My Grandfather is a Charachature-ist (is that even a word?!) sp itll give him something to work on 😛 Great post.

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