Design writer, Dmitry Fadeyev, once wrote "Good design at the front-end suggests that everything is in order at the back-end..."
For event planners, having an excellently designed event is key to making attendees feel as though they are getting a valuable experience. But it seems that many planners don't have a great understanding of the basic principles of event design.
Instead, planners with big budgets pass off design projects to a dedicated design team, and those with limited budgets make due with stock design motifs they can find online.
That all ends now, with the meticulously crafted ebook: The Event Planner's Ultimate Design Handbook. Inside the 41 page event design ebook, readers learn about basic design principles that will help them to make sound event design choices.
Readers will learn about the use of color, negative space, composition and typography, in addition to more specific design strategies related to venue layout and website design. This is the only resource event planners will need to understand the essential principles that make up well designed events and conferences.
The event design ebook is filled with visual examples to help event planners better understand important design strategies they can use right away to improve their next conference. So even those with no event design experience will be able to follow along.
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