WCEU-2018 Watch the Top 10 Sessions from WordCamp Europe 2018 design tips
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The results of the WCEU 2018 Attendee Survey are in: 98% of the 566 respondents from 49 countries said they would recommend WCEU to a friend and 90% are very likely to attend the next event in Berlin. Of those who participated in the survey, 49% were attending WCEU for the first time and 37% of them were attending their first WordCamp. Overall, attendees reported overwhelmingly positive experiences, which is a big affirmation of the organizing team that continues to lift the bar higher for WordCamps around the world.

If you missed out on the WordCamp, the good news is that you can catch all of the sessions on WordPress.tv. The top 10 sessions have been curated by attendees who responded to the survey. These sessions cover some of the most important topics for WordPress professionals in 2018 and beyond:

  1. Keynote and Q&A – Matt Mullenweg
  2. Technical SEO to grow your WordPress business – Joost de Valk
  3. The Ethics of Web Design – Morten Rand-Hendriksen
  4. Beyond Gutenberg – Matías Ventura
  5. Progressive WordPress Themes – Alberto Medina, Thierry Muller
  6. WordPress in 2019 – Noel Tock
  7. Accessible Design – Maja Benke
  8. JavaScript APIs in WordPress – Adam Silverstein
  9. WordPress and Inclusive Design – John Maeda
  10. Anatomy of a block: Gutenberg design patterns – Tammie Lister

Attendees were also big fans of the workshops introduced at this event. 78% of respondents said they would like to see them again next year. A couple of the workshop recordings have yet to make it to WordPress.tv but may be available at a later time. The three most popular workshops attendees identified were all related to Gutenberg:

  • (Gutenberg) Block Development with React – Zac Gordon, Julien Melissas
  • Let’s Build a Gutenberg Block – Lara Schenck
  • Roundtable with the Gutenberg team – The Gutenberg Team

WordCamp Europe 2019 organizers are working on providing a more efficient registration process for workshops, as well as a greater capacity for attendees.