NT City2Surf

This vibrant event needed a matching website - so we took on the NT City2Surf branding and used our event website design experience to create a professional, engaging outcome.

Project Type

Website Update

Client

EPIC Events and Marketing

Project Features

  • website redevelopment;
  • enhance branding through design;
  • mobile and tablet responsiveness;
  • achieve goal of increase/ease of entry.

Project Problem Statement

The existing NT City2Surf website was incredibly stripped back, lacking a clear, logical structure and bulk of necessary content.

Project Conclusion

We love the outcome of the NT City2Surf website.

We were able to design this website incredibly efficiently for the client using existing structures and successes from previous event website, including the event hierarchy and strong menu setup.

Using our creativity, we tweaked certain design aspects which, combined with the specific branding, gives this website a unique look and feel while still delivering key information including event overviews, easy entry as well as the FAQ page.

The client has also easily been able to jump in, make updates such as partners and FAQ additions, and instantly publish these - a testament to the Webflow Editor and CMS setup by Domin8 Designs.

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