Please leave speaker feedback!

A big piece of having successful content at WordCamp Denver is continually being able to attract awesome speakers year after year by providing useful feedback to them about how they’re doing.

In fact, we happen to know that our speakers love feedback, so please take a moment for each presentation you attend and let them know how they’re doing. We’ve made an effort to keep the feedback form simple and short, limiting it to five or six questions only.

Was the talk cohesive? Were there any bumps that could’ve been smoothed out? Did you really get something out of the talk or feel like something was missing? General comments? All constructive feedback is welcome.

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CritiquePress is back – Submit your site for review

After a wildly successful debut at last year’s WordCamp Denver, we’ve decided to bring CritiquePress back to the session line up this year.

CritiquePress is a rapid-fire panel where you can get real-time feedback on your submitted website. Following each critique, the audience will have an opportunity to follow up with questions.

We’ve brought together another rockstar cast to host CritiquePress this year, including WordPress design team member Sonja Leix and local UX aficionado Meg Delagrange.

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