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Event Design and Theming: Transform Your Event Planning Skills

Event Planning BluePrint

Today, I leverage my organizational skills and creativity to not only craft memorable events but also to empower aspiring event planners through my online Certification Course, “How to Be an Event Planner.” It’s the difference between a standard event and an extraordinary one.

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Anca Trifan interviews me about participation-rich meetings and event design

Conferences that Work

We talk about all kinds of things, with a focus on my work and thinking about participant-driven and participation-rich meetings and event design. 25:30 On Tahira Endean 's (excellent) book Intentional Event Design and my books' focus. 28:00 Some of the changes I've seen in events in the last dozen years.

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The intersection of event design, experience, and artificial intelligence

Event Industry News

In the ever-evolving landscape of event design, technology continues to play a pivotal role in shaping memorable and impactful experiences. Joining us for this insightful conversation are three industry […]

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How Event Tech fits into Event Design

Event Industry News

This episode is a deep dive into the brand, with a particular focus on Cvent Connect Europe, the company runs a similar event in North America, and how event tech fits into event design. With questions from host […]

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Event design changes society

Conferences that Work

Event design may be more important than you think. I’m going to argue that event design changes society. Read the full article at Conferences That Work The post Event design changes society appeared first on Conferences That Work.

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We are biased against truly creative event design

Conferences that Work

A “creative” event design is one with a novel venue and/or decor and lighting and/or food and beverage. Consequently, planners restrict the entire focus of creative event design to novel visual and sensory elements. Truly creative event design We are biased against truly creative event design.

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4 Ways to Leverage Virtual Event Design to Increase Engagement

EventMB

High production value — including quality event design — is incredibly important when it comes to matching live engagement online, which almost half of eventprofs struggle with when sourcing virtual tech. Here are 4 design ideas from recent online events to enhance the virtual experience.