Tag: Eventbrite design.

Guest post: 6 Simple Steps to Intriguing Event Pages

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Information is so accessible these days we feel a need for it. But the page doesn’t have to be cluttered with details. Leave your guests guessing a little bit. Let the event page start the conversation and let the buzz carry it on.
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How To Design a Great Event Page (It's Better Than Using Azul!)

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Event pages are the more than just a way to sell tickets. They are an extension of your brand. Instead of just using our templates, you can use our custom header & footer option to make your event page look more like your own website. If you follow these instructions you can use this basic block of code to make all of your pages look great.
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Eventbrite gets briter: Check out our new look!

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If you’re a regular Eventbrite user, you’ve probably noticed one thing that’s really important to us: being orange. That’s right, orangeness. We firmly believe an event just isn’t as brite without it. With that in mind, we’re rolling out a new, distinctly oranger look this week.
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Design guest post: Placing images in the custom header

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Back in June, we ran a post showcasing some great examples of Eventbrite page design. Since then, we’ve received a ton of questions asking how to pull off those snazzy header tricks. That’s great! Enticing page design makes a big difference, and it’s actually not hard to create. In this post, our design team shows you how to jumpstart your next event with a great-looking custom page.
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How to design your Eventbrite page: 5 examples of success

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We love to fill you in on the great features that live in and around your Eventbrite page—we’re gadget geeks like that. But we don’t often highlight one central aspect of the attendee’s signup experience: the way your page looks. We should. Your page is a huge opportunity to draw in attendees with strong visuals and enticing details about the event.
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