Working with Launch for the How To Web event was a really cool experience for us at PanoRender. Our goal was to create something different, a digital version of How to Web that wasn’t just a copy of the usual physical event spaces. We wanted to push the envelope, imagining a virtual event where tech folks could connect in a fresh and exciting way.
We rolled up our sleeves and got to work on designing a bunch of virtual pavilions and booths. These weren’t your typical event spaces; we wanted them to be unique, places where companies could really show off what they’re about in a way that you just can’t do in a regular exhibition hall.
Our team put a lot of thought into making sure everything was user-friendly. We know not everyone’s a tech whiz, so we made navigating through this virtual world straightforward and fun. And to keep things lively, we packed in lots of multimedia features. Think videos, links to websites, and other cool stuff that makes exploring each booth a bit like a treasure hunt.
In the end, what we created with How to Web was a new kind of event experience. It’s not just about being digital for the sake of it. It’s about opening up new ways for people to learn about tech, get inspired, and connect with each other, no matter where they are.