27 Aug Private Beta Alert: Blokks Plans to Make Festival Timetables Pretty & Embeddable
A quick Thursday morning heads-up for event tech nerds: keep your eye on new micro-feature startup Blokks, which aims to tackle the event timetable.
As the event-tech market attacks ever more specialized problems, it was only a matter of time before someone turned their attention this famously pain-in-the-butt aspect of event website creation. Currently in private beta and featured on Betalist, Blokks aims to provide event planners with a drag-and-drop interface for creating multi-day, multi-feature time tables that can be embedded and shared anywhere. Here’s the sneak-peek that got us excited:
Though the timetable is a necessary feature on event websites, organizers are still forced to rely on (best case scenario) specialized WordPress event themes and custom content management system plugins, or (worst case scenario) downloadable PDFs, to keep their online schedules tidy. In other words, the only real existing options are expensive or stone-age, so we can’t wait to see the product that Blokks turns out.
Wanna be on the over to Blokks and sign up for their private beta to get exclusive early access (we did).