What is the difference between Designer and Designer Pro?

 

In Designer mode, you’ll be working within the safe space of pre-approved templates for your brand, so swapping out images and copy will be a breeze. 

Designer Pro mode, however, is perfect for a team’s designer or power user because it offers much more sophisticated, detailed design control. Designer Pro users will need additional education through our free online training courses.

Take a look at the chart below. This is how we breakdown the two modes into three main categories: Theme, Structure, and Style:

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Designer Mode
In Designer mode, you're able to build your event page from content blocks crafted by Splash designers. Designer mode is best for team members who'll need the freedom to adjust content on the page, but don't have the more advanced knack required to alter the material structure of a page's layout or reinvent its aesthetic composition.

Designer mode users can:

Theme

  • Select from pre-set color sets
  • Select from pre-set font sets

Structure

  • Edit text on the page
  • Edit imagery on the page
  • Re-format Date & Venue Elements
  • Add, hide, reorder and rename content blocks
  • Add, hide, reorder and rename elements
  • Clone blocks

Style

  • Edit the background of elements and blocks
  • Edit the font, alignment, size, color, spacing, and title-casing of text
  • Edit the border (radius, color, and thickness) of elements and blocks
  • Embed video content

 

Designer Pro Mode

With Designer Pro, you have complete control. You're able to upload your own fonts, colors, and logos to ensure a meticulously on-brand experience. You can also build your own content blocks and fully remix Splash themes without restriction. You can convert your design to templates — we call them "themes" — so your masterstroke can be leveraged across users and teams (read: scaling!). No code required. 

Theme

  • Edit color swatches
  • Add additional color swatches to color set
  • Create new color sets
  • Edit fonts
  • Add additional fonts to font set
  • Create new font sets
  • Upload custom fonts
  • Create and save new custom Themes

Structure

  • Edit text content on-page
  • Edit Imagery on-page
  • Re-format Date & Venue Elements
  • Add new blocks
  • Add new elements
  • Add modals
  • Rename blocks & elements
  • Reorder blocks & elements
  • Delete blocks
  • Delete elements
  • Clone blocks
  • Clone elements
  • Save and share custom blocks and elements (including Linked)
  • Add centrally-controlled linked blocks across pages like headers and footers
  • Design custom and in-line RSVP forms
  • Create and save custom email templates

Style

  • Edit the background of blocks and elements
  • Edit the font, alignment, size, color, spacing, and title-casing of text
  • Edit the border and radius of blocks and elements
  • Edit the width and height of blocks and elements
  • Edit the amount of margin and padding of blocks and elements
  • Edit the positioning of blocks and elements
  • Edit Repeatable layouts and revise Height-matching
  • Edit the CSS and advanced properties of blocks and elements
  • Master mobile-editing tools so your page looks great on every device
  • Access foundational layout components like containers
  • Align your page with dynamic height matching
  • Control advanced display and positioning options

Event Hubs and more!

  • Curate calendars that dynamically pull in your Splash events 
  • Stream live feeds with iframe elements
  • Upload files for download
  • Add custom CSS

Turn it on today.

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