The last time I was in Rhode Island I was in grade school. Honestly, I don’t remember it. A lot of years have passed since then, and the memory isn’t as good as it once was. Regardless of not having a memory to compare it with, this weekend has been amazing. Rhode Island and the people I’ve met here are amazing!

Every WordCamp is different – and they are all at least a little bit the same. The sense of community at every WordCamp is what impacts me the most. That over 100 (or more) people come together over web design is awesome. That the level of knowledge, use, and skillsets are so diverse is even more awesome. And that everyone is willing to help each other out is even the awesomest. 😉

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It’s my pleasure to share my presentation, Little Things Make a Big Difference, here in Rhode Island. For those interested, the slides are embedded below. As always, feel free to message, call, or send up smoke signals if I can help you out!



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