A Mascot for WordCamp Manchester
WordCamp and The Manchester Wapuubee!
Many of our clients projects are proudly powered by WordPress. For many websites, its an obvious and fitting choice of content management system. WordPress currently powers over 25% of new websites launched. It’s the most popular CMS on the market. Many people don’t know that WordPress is a whole community of people. People dedicated to keeping its design and code up to date. So, that’s what WordCamp Manchester is all about. Read the post about the event here
So, the WordPress community love to get together at WordCamps. WordCamps are run completely by volunteers from the WordPress Community. We volunteered to help with the design and branding. As Mancunians, what is more fitting than a bee? Did you know that the worker bee represents the hardworking spirit of the industrial North. You can find it on our lamp posts and all around the city. It’s even on the town hall floor!
Our Humble Wapuu is based on the iconic Manchester Worker Bee, representing the hard work of the industrial North.
Why do we have a Wapuu?
Now, many WordCamps love to use Wapuu as their mascot. Originally coined in Japan by Kazuko Kaneuchi for Wordcamp Fukuoka. The flumpy little creature sports a variety of mascots all over the world. Our Manchester Bee is still a favourite and is a collectible pin. So why not look at what’s happening in your own community and get yourself along to a WordCamp? We have attended a few now and learn new stuff every time!
If you would love some beautiful branding, why not visit our Manchester Graphic Design Studio and talk to us about your project?