- I'm a fan of Splash. It's simple and has all the features you describe without looking as awful and ad-ridden as Evite and other free invite services.I'm biased because I used to work there, but Splash is pretty great and incredibly easy to use
- Carrd has tons of templates for every use case under the sun! You can use it with Typeform to create a site that gives and collects info from your audience.
Carrd is the most amazing web building platform I've seen to date- and trust me, I've tried everything. You start off with a blank page, or choose from expertly-designed templates, then you can build your own site with content LEGOs: drag text under an image, make a row of links across the top, or even add some of your own code.
When you discover control bars that let you break your site into pages, though, it's when everything changes: Carrd goes from letting you create business-card like pages to making full-blown websites for anything- home base for your app with dedicated support and contact pages, a sign-up form for an event that plugs names and comments into a Google sheet, ANYTHING (how do I make extra bold?)
Carrd is now my go-to tool for anything web-building related. I made a website for a friend and even made a few bucks off it. I'm also teaching an HTML class for my homeschool support group and there will be a whole lesson on Carrd!
I just want to say thanks to @ajlkn for my favorite website for websites, ever.
Very intuitive. I created the site serialmarketers.net in a few minutes, customizing the fonts pretty easily. My site looks great, and even better on mobile. The $20 custom domain upgrade is a pretty good deal.
- Haven't used it myself yet, but heard great thingsI've been to events organized by Confetti and they were amazing. Both a 2 day conference and a related but separate after-party. They obviously used their own service for the website and that experience was really good as well. Ticket purchasing, info finding, and general design was great. The know the business well from both the tech and organizer perspectives.
- Pretty much the simplest - create an event, and you can manage everything you asked for (send invites, collect RSVPs, location, time) and allows for a simple way for folks to send photos/videos they take to the group page so everyone has access!
I helped this team and during that I just felt in love with this tool. With my friends we finally found where we can discuss, re-discuss, re-arrange all our plans about the event and not to uproar lots of chats we have.
App is simple (I dont use Fb for events because of too much happening there).
I also like their dream about safe and cheaper travelling.
Usually, when I work from other city remotely, I'd love to find some people to go to the tours. Reaching them using social groups was awkward, tinder is about sex. Actually, I dont know any other product where you can make groups and nothing bothers you.
Also I like the approval of people+leave review, that want to join group, it's airbnb model that really makes your trip open, but safe from trolls/
This is genius! I love that I can plan a trip and rely only on my preference or choice of destination. If people want to join in - they can! I'm an independent traveler and I love to meet people, but I hate 'selling' activities to my friends. With Sharedtrip people find my trips and join if they are interested in birdwatching or scouting for Game of Thrones remote shooting locations. .