UI / UX / branding / front-end dev
Digiday's summits are destination events held in cities all over the world. Digiday needed a landing page for a one-page responsive microsite to serve as a template for each summit, awards gala, and career fair. This visual branding would carry over to other digital products.
As visual designer for Digiday, I designed a microsite that introduces users to a video of the event location and scenes from previous summits. Sections provide attendees information about the events, including speakers, the agenda, the venue, and registration.
The microsite is responsive so that event attendees can easily view this site on any device while at an event. Each type of Digiday event has a different color association. The color theme for each event page changes according to the color theme for that event.
Before each Digiday summit, sponsor attendees can schedule up to 10 meetings with VIP attendees of their choice. Digiday needed an application for attendees to schedule these meetings.
I designed the user interface for a prototype of this tool. Users can add meetings through their schedule or by selecting a VIP's available time slot. They can cancel a meeting by hovering over a VIP time slot in the schedule.
After selecting the meeting pass for his or her company, a sponsor attendee can edit the meeting schedule and view an alphabetically ordered list of VIP attendees and their available time slots below. VIPs are requested to provide topic interests and connect their social media accounts.