We just submitted the order for our first batch of WordPress Accessibility Day 2023 t-shirts for organizers and speakers!
With shirts on the way, I’m excited to share this year’s design with you, which was created by organizer Ryan Bracey and the team at Second Melody, a branding studio specializing in identity development, website design, and more. We were thrilled to have them donate their services this year to help us create our new logo, website design, and this fabulous t-shirt.
How to Get A Shirt
After last year’s event, we got a lot of questions about how people can get the shirts. At some point, we hope to have a swag shop for on-demand purchases, but until then, there are three ways that you can get your very own WordPress Accessibility Day 2023 t-shirt.
- Volunteer! All volunteers have the option of getting a free t-shirt.
- Provide session feedback during the event. Every session feedback form you submit includes an opt-in field for a chance to win a t-shirt. After the event, we’ll randomly select 30 winners from feedback entries.
- New this year: there will be an option to donate or micro sponsor on the attendee registration form and get a t-shirt as a thank you. This is the best way to get a guaranteed t-shirt if you don’t have time to volunteer.
Things to Know
Here’s all the information that you need to know about our T-shirts.
Sizing and Materials
The shirt we’ve selected is by Port & Company and is 100% ring spun cotton. It is available in youth and adult sizes up to 4XL. Here is a sizing chart for adult sizes:
Length refers to the high point on the shoulder to the finished hem at the back.
Width is measured side to side at 1 in. (2.54 cm) below the armholes.
Shipping and “The Fine Print”
Our t-shirts are printed and shipped via Custom Ink. They can ship internationally, but there are some countries, such as Russia, Ukraine, and Serbia, where they cannot ship.
If you select to receive a shirt as a volunteer or as a donation thank-you gift, please remember that you’re receiving the shirt as a gift and that you’re not purchasing it.
While we will do our very best to get you your t-shirt and help you track down shirts that were not received, as a very small volunteer-led nonprofit, we cannot guarantee delivery of shirts. We also cannot reimburse you for any taxes or customs fees your country may charge. Please consider that when deciding if you want a shirt.
T-shirts are non-returnable, and all donations to WP Accessibility Day are nonrefundable.
We greatly appreciate your support and are excited to have the opportunity to make the conference shirt available to everyone who wants one.