The University is host to a number of conferences and forums covering a broad range of topics. Conferences in general require a significant amount of information to be communicated to your audience including dates and times, locations, programs, speakers and more.
- What are the key features of this template?
- Who can use this template?
- What are the content requirements for using this template?
Conference template example
What are the key features of this template?
Navigation to restart - content is stand-alone. Minimum of 4 and maximum of 8 pages to be included in navgation.
H1 page name.
Customised background image.
A two-column content space that should include text, video, imagery, maps etc.
|Date, Time, Location||
Manually added times dates and locations.
Black call-to-action to register for the event.
Who can use this template?
To use the Conference template you must complete the Web Content Brief for review by the Web Team.
You will also need to meet the following criteria:
- a publisher with intermediate publishing skills or higher to assist with creation and maintenance of content
- internal and external audiences can attend
- multiple pieces of visual content
- a plan to promote the conference - ie social media posts, other web content, print advertising etc
- a plan to integrate your content with other UON web content - ie what other locations on the website will you use to refer users to your conference? What will you do with the content once the conference is over?
- 4 weeks notice prior to promotion of the event is ideal in order to review and build content
What are the content requirements for using this template?
The following content requirements must be met in order to use this template.
- minimum 4 and maximum of 8 pages of content
- unique background and content banner image
- images, video and maps are ideal
- key call to actions highlighted in content
- date, times and location to be included on landing page
- vanity url or unique domain name
- accessibility checks - ensure logical headings, alt text, tables etc are appropriate
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