Planning an event for your company or organization? A mobile event app will help boost audience engagement and improve the attendee experience. With Publisher, you can create custom apps in a matter of hours, no technical experience required.
Whether you’re a college or university connecting with prospective students, current students or alumni, or you’re an enterprise targeting employees or customers, there’s a solution for you.
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Use Publisher for unlimited design options for your event apps. Or choose from these pre-built modules.
Calendar – Enable anyone to easily search, view and add events to your device’s native calendar.
Feedback – Collect user feedback right in your app.
Forms – Collect important lead and customer information, like name and contact information.
Indoor Maps – Attendees can find exhibit halls, meetings rooms, and emergency exits on fully interactive indoor maps.
Maps – Make it easy to navigate your events. Create maps with points of interest that are searchable, browsable and bookmarkable. Use pathfinding to create routes you want users to follow.
Messaging – Need to communicate last-minute event changes? Instantly send push notifications or in-app banner messages with important announcements.
Parking – Help event attendees save time and reduce stress by providing real-time information on parking space availability
Photos – Share photos from your event. This module integrates with Flickr and Instagram.
QR Codes – Share important news, announcements, and other content about your event. Attendees can access information on the go.
Social – Engage attendees during your event through aggregated social media feeds.
Transit – Integrate bus or shuttle routes and schedules with optional real-time GPS tracking, ensuring everyone gets to your event on time.
Video – Provide mobile access to your video content on YouTube, Brightcove or Vimeo.
Create unique, one-of-a-kind event apps with any of our screen types, no coding required.
Spectra – Navigation screens with a unique, eye-catching design. When the user touches the screen to scroll, a semi-transparent scrim covers the entire screen and reveals secondary descriptive text for each navigation item.
Basic Springboard – Simple navigation screen presenting navigation items as a grid of labeled icons. Can include an optional hero image.
Big Idea – Highly visual navigation screen featuring a single major call to action, with secondary navigation items in a pull-down menu.
Card Navigation – Mixed static and feed-based content in cards of various sizes, within a highly visual layout.
Newspaper – Highly visual navigation screen with a small set of primary navigation items, plus a small set of optional secondary navigation items.
Form – Simple, flexible screen for gathering information from your users.
List Navigation – Navigation screen presenting navigation items as a list of text links. Offers much richer visual styling than the Basic List screen type.
Content – Simple text-based content with minimal styling. Can also be used for basic navigation screens.
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