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  • 1.  Website Showcase

    Posted 10 days ago

    Interested to see the unique layouts and web designs that companies have created for their clients. Feel free to blur out client names but I would like to see the work from different creative minds!


    #Flex-Creating/ManagingEvents

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    Thu Nguyen
    Account Support Specialist
    INCOMM INCENTIVES
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  • 2.  RE: Website Showcase

    Cvent Staff
    Posted 4 days ago
    Hi Thu,

    Hopefully some other Cvent users can chime in and share some of their examples and websites, but I wanted to make sure to also share our Flex Visual Showcase with you, which is filled with a variety Flex templates that have been designed by our Creative Services team. These can be implemented by our Creative Services team in your account for you if you are interested, but they also just serve as great inspiration for you to take a look at to get your creative juices flowing when it comes to event website design. Here's the link for the Flex Visual Showcase.

    I also wanted to include the How It's Made: New Standard Registration (Flex) Website Edition Webinar where you can watch our expert trainer walk through an example Flex website build directly from our Visual Showcase, giving you step-by-step guidance on how you can take your Site Designer skills to the next level.


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    Julia Plymack
    Lead Client Success Advisor
    Cvent.
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  • 3.  RE: Website Showcase

    Posted 3 days ago
    Hi Thu!
    I like to use the multiple columns in sections to keep text condensed and easier to read on a computer. Then the columns will stack when the website is looked at on mobile. I use simple colors in the backgrounds to alternate sections and make it easier to feel the page go by when scrolling on a long page.
    For accessibility purposes, I never use spacers, which a screen reader would interpret as an image without alt text. Instead, I use the top & bottom margin in the widget itself (either the whole section or a specific text widget).
    Here is an event I designed on Flex at my previous job. They have since gone with another event software, so I don't feel bad sharing it. You'll have to close the window saying "this event is over" to access the website: https://web.cvent.com/event/a19636c8-c15f-4def-aabd-eed7fdada0c7/summary
    Look at the travel pages in particular, which are text and/or image heavy.
    Cheers,

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    Béline FALZON
    Event Planner
    California Teachers Association
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