Eventora design for online events

Design for online events

Here are some proposed image sizes to customize your online event.

Registration Form and e-mail messages
  1. Registration form header and e-mail header image: width: 1.100px (Proposed: 1.100 X 292)
  2. E-mail messages, invitations:  width: 500px (Proposed: 500 X 160)

Online environment 
  1. Event logo (placed on top left of the online event):  Proposed height: 50px  
  2. Event background image: Proposed:  1920 X 1080
  3. Stage Image (used in stage when video is not played). Proposed:  1920 X 1080
  4. Event sponsors / booth logos: Proposed:  350 X 250

Sample stage 
Sample booth
Sample B2B Meetings

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