Websites V2 Examples

As more and more people find and register for events online, having a good-looking, and functional, website is more important than ever. Our websites have always been a strength of ours, but we knew they could be even better, which is why we released our next generation Websites V2. 

The new website builder makes creating impressive sites even easier and more intuitive. Users also have access to some exciting new features – which you can learn more about here. With Websites V2 in beta on RunSignup we wanted to show what’s possible by sharing a few examples of real event websites made with Websites V2.

Screenland 5k

The Screenland 5K is a great event highlighting the role Culver City has played in the film industry over the years. The annual event brings people together to raise funds for a number of local charities. It’s a unique and engaging experience for everyone involved.

Their website uses a couple new features like the cards component, which act like jump links to other sections of the website. They’re also using the sponsor component to recognize their biggest supporters and give viewers access to learn more about each.

Cards Component

They also utilized some of the new design features, like the ability to have multiple columns on a page. Those types of design elements help pages look a bit more polished. They also make use of the Slideshow, showing off pictures from past events and giving interested folks an idea of the fun they can expect if they participate. 

Two Column Layout

Slideshow Component

Last, to make things easy to navigate for website visitors, they’ve created a number of subpages for each of the main navigation sections. This means they can house related pages in one place, making it easier for viewers to find the information they’re interested in. Further, it allows them to provide all the information they need without having a crowded homepage. 

Submenu Pages

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Boogie with Scoogie

Boogie with Scoogie is a family-friendly, inclusive, event raising funds for veterans who’ve sustained life-changing injuries or illnesses. It’s open to runners, joggers, and walkers. Many of which attend in 60’s and 70’s outfits, adding to the fun of the event. Oh, and did we mention the race ends with a giant slip n’ slide? 

They’ve matched their website to their generally groovy aesthetic by setting a custom color theme with a vintage color palette. Along with color choices, they also made fun updates like changing the register button text to read “Feelin Groovy.” 

Similar to Screenland, they’re also using the cards component, in their case they link to registration. Using the cards lets them create a slightly different look, which keeps more in line with the rest of the page design, particularly while event tiles are not available.

Another feature they’re using is the photo albums feature. With it you can share collections of photos. It makes it easier for visitors to find the photos they’re interested in. Also, if your event has been around for a few years, you can have albums from past years available, too. There’s even search capabilities, where you can enter a bib number, last name, or first name to search for associated photos. 

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Run Wild Missoula

Along with being a useful tool for event websites, Websites V2 is also available for membership websites. Take for example Run Wild Missoula. They’re using a website to help grow memberships for their running club and use cool features like a custom favicon to make sure they nail all the details. 

Beyond the design front they’re also taking advantage of the ability to take donations through their website. There’s a donation button in the website’s main header. They also chose to have predefined donation amounts. This takes some of the guesswork out for donors, and can increase overall donations.

On their homepage they’re giving potential joiners an idea of what they can expect from their runs using the image carousel component. This component lets you share multiple images in a slideshow fashion. It’s a great way to show a variety of images to viewers and better represent your organization or event. 

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Moving forward

We think most anyone in the events world would agree, a good website is a must-have these days. If people can’t find needed information, or register with ease, it’s possible they’ll choose to pass on your event altogether. 

Building a great website may sound like a big task, but it doesn’t have to be. With the help of Websites V2 anyone can make an impressive, professional-looking, easy-to-navigate, website.

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