How to create an Event app step by step.
Create a multi-featured event app that takes attendee engagement levels to the next level. Here’s how to do it!
Design your Event app
First, you’ll have to define your UX and UI that’s to say the information architecture and visual design for your app. You can do this using Figma or Adobe XD. No need to use templates, you can just Start building
Connect to real data
If you are using another platform to sell your tickets, you can bring your own backend. From custom to third-party backend platforms. Basically any external data source with a REST API.
Define the features
Take your events to the next level by choosing the right features. Here are some ideas.
Show event attendees what's going on and where. If you have multiple stages, speakers, or rooms, you can make sure no one misses anything. Plus, you can send push notifications to keep the audience up to date.
Offer 1-to-1 chat, meeting planner for personal encounters, or through calls directly in the app. Let attendants get rid of the traditional personal card. They can have a QR code in their profiles with their contact information for them to share easily.
Send polls or surveys to everyone at your next event and see real-time results. Interactive live polls make it simple for everyone to join in and give feedback on the experience.
Gamify your event
Send challenges, organize giveaways or coordinate a rewards program to increase your event’s engagement and encourage people to participate and share on social media.
Help sponsors and exhibitors sell themselves
Give your event sponsors and exhibitors top-notch visibility with banner ads, splash screens, custom profiles, push notifications, and product showcases. This is a great way to monetize your app.
Create an event map
Create a map for attendees to locate sponsors, exhibitors, stages, and rooms easily. Also, show where the whole event is happening and share with the users the best ways to get there.