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Creating a website for an event is the smart thing to do. Why? Because people will constantly ask you about the speakers, dates, times, price, programs, attendees, venue, partners, etc. Answering a few small questions here and there isn’t too difficult, however if every single person drowns you in a pool full of questions you’ll get highly annoyed. If you have a website for the event, you can easily refer people to it for more information.

If you or your agency recently acquired a contract to build a website for a conference, festival, or any other kind of event we got you covered. Below you will find 25 well-built event websites that will inspire you. Be sure to keep things simple and straight to the point. As you will see below, every websites focuses on the most important information like:

  • Date and Time.
  • Speakers
  • Price
  • Location
  • Sponsors
  • A sentence, of two, describing what the even is about.

After that you should create separate pages which will contain detailed information about the event. Try aiming for a visually pleasing layout across the board. This will be very beneficial to the people interested. We hope you’ll find this showcase beneficial. Enjoy!

Interlink Conference

Interlink-Conference

Lemon Festival

Lemon-Festival

WMC Fest

WMC-Fest

Do Lectures

Do-Lectures

Dconstruct 2012

Dconstruct-2012

Cheese and Pineapple

Cheese-and-Pineapple

Crafting Type

Crafting-Type

Queen City Merge

Queen-City-Merge

Build Responsively

Build-Responsively

Industry Conf

Industry-Conf

Build 2012

Build-2012

Kansas City Design Week

kcdesignweek[1]

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Posted by Igor Ovsyannykov

I'm a digital nomad and entrepreneur bouncing around South East Asia. When I'm not working here, I'm out taking photos. Follow me on Instagram: @igorovsyannykov

One Comment

  1. Some real nice simplistic and clean site designs here that work really well! Great colour scheme on the Interlink Conference design, that’s got to be my favourite!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Jack – Web designer in Cheshire, UK

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