November was a memorable month for DevriX because of WordCamp Sofia 2019 which took place on the weekend of November 10-11. As a WordPress development company, WordCamps, is probably one of the most important events we attend where we can learn, contribute and connect with the local community. If you missed this year's WordCamp Sofia, you can read our All About WordCamp Sofia 2019 recap article. WordCamp Sofia took place in the fourth quarter and it's the perfect time when we all start considering our recaps of 2019.
We decided to ask the speakers about the most challenging, innovative and cutting-edge WordPress project they had had worked in 2019 . Let's dive into this quick overview and get inspired by their projects. What was the hardest WordPress project you worked on in 2019? Aleksandar Savkovic, Director Western Balkans, Enartia Project: Perfectfit - Awesome and Affordable Websites One of the most innovative projects we worked on in 2019 is called Perfectfit. Our goal company banner design was to provide an affordable one-stop-shop for startups and entrepreneurs, especially those with outdated, slow, and generally not working websites. The usual reason for this is the lack of financial resources. So we started developing high-performing, Google-friendly websites that anyone can access. We want to give people the ability to launch their online presence without having to chase down the various entrepreneurs they've found online.
Perfect fit Source: https://perfectfit.space/ Diana Koshedzhyiska, Small Business Optimization and Marketing Automation Consultant, Buzz Fixer Project: WordCamp Retreat Sinemorets WordCamp Retreat Sinemorets was the second type of WordCamp retreat in the world. Our small team came together to create a unique experience for the community - a summer weekend by the beautiful sea, filled with workshops and talks with local and international speakers, and wonderful parties. I am happy to say that the feedback from the retreat has been overwhelmingly positive. Everyone enjoyed the setup, lots of valuable information was shared. We feel like the time between WordCamp Europe and WordCamp Sofia calls for more interaction and events.