If you hand out event-logo'd t-shirts to attendees, read this before you order. Kathy Sierra shows, with photos, two t-shirts from tech events: One is a big old baggy thing with the usual logo on the chest. The other is fitted and, well, kind of pretty. If you were a woman attendee, which would make you feel the organizers cared about you? I'm a fan of big old baggy things myself, but I get her point:
Being inclusive means more than being ADA-compliant and having a veggie alternative at the banquet. It shows in everything, even down to a t-shirt. Something to think about.