WordCamp Nashville recap

Community involvement for the win

Written on October 1, 2016 by Christina Blust

I helped plan WordCamp Nashville 2016. I’d attended WordCamps in the past, but this was the first one I was involved with beforehand. (WordCamps are volunteer-run, community-focused events for WordPress users and professionals.) I’m so grateful I got to be part of this one. I was on the planning team as design lead, and both Jessica and I attended the two-day event. In addition to volunteering, the two of us also attended sessions and talked to dozens of super-cool people. Sharing tips and stories is one of the best parts of WordCamps.

Getting to see the design work we’d done for the conference in person was especially gratifying — often we design signage and event materials but don’t get to see them “in the wild.” So this was a treat! Attendees seemed to enjoy our work, too.




Thanks, WordCamp Nashville!

Check out our portfolio post of the design project too: https://www.blusterydaydesign.com/portfolio/wordcamp-nashville-identity-materials/

Read more like this

Blustery Day Design bio pic

Leave a Comment