The Meydenbauer Center opened in 1993 as the Greater Seattle area’s second largest convention facility. Meydenbauer Center was built to grow and sustain Bellevue’s economic vitality. The Center includes 54,000 square-feet of event space including 36,000 square foot Center Hall, and nine meeting rooms totaling 12,000 square-feet. Also included is a 2,500 square-foot Executive Conference Suite as well as a 410 seat performing arts theatre (Meydenbauer Center Theatre). Meydenbauer Center is owned and operated by the Bellevue Convention Center Authority (BCCA), a public development authority.
Meydenbauer required a design with looping hero image video, unique shapes, animations and the ability to apply those to design elements in a page builder format. They required integration with their exhibitor services ordering system into the site as well as streamline the new look and feel with a proposal building platform. The new site architecture needed to appealed to both potential customers and their event attendees.