It always saddens me when people come to me near the end of a project, deadline looming, with a site that has clearly gone off the rails and ask if it can be fixed. The answer is usually 'not without starting over'.
In this session, I'll provide a blueprint for investing your time and money wisely to end up with a site you love that is also useful, effective and easy to manage. I'll talk about finding a good developer, asking the right questions, and what you as the site owner should be prepared to contribute.
Kronda Adair (http://www.kronda.com/) is an independent WordPress developer who loves helping people make their sites better. She's spoken at Open Source Bridge, Wordcamp Portland, and recently gave an Ignite talk titled, Stop Making Senseless websites.
In her spare time, she crusades against tiny web fonts and restaurant sites that suck.