August 20, 2019
By Madison Howard
An event website is your key promotional tool for your event. That’s why you spend hours picking the perfect font, images, and colors for your site. The problem is, your event website can’t just look great. While style matters, so does substance. When attendees visit your event website, they’re looking for information. It’s the place they go to be convinced that this is an event they can’t afford to miss out on. Looks are important, but if they can’t figure out pricing, how long the event is, or what value they’ll get from it, they aren’t going to register. You have to design a site that is easy to navigate and has the information attendees need. Find out how to build a user-friendly event website in our newest webinar. Register now.

4 Easy Steps to Creating a User-Friendly Event Website

In this webinar, we’ll go over:
  • Setting a goal for your website
  • Build a sitemap
  • Create wireframes
  • Define a style guide
Recorded on March 27, 2019 @ 2:00 pm ET Watch the Webinar Now  

Madison Howard

A graduate of the College of William and Mary, my passion for writing began before I could read, with a nightly verbal diary dictation transcribed by my obliging parents. When I'm not writing, you can find me binge-watching TV shows, baking elaborate desserts, and memorizing pop culture facts.
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