Roland Smith (http://rolandsmith.com/) is a successful, local author and he writes adventure books that delight middle-school kids and adults. I needed to create a site for him that worked well on the desktop, tablet and mobile. It also had to connect with his social media on Facebook and Twitter, plus have lots of links to actually buy his books at the most popular online stores. Come and learn how I chose a WordPress theme, added plugins and setup everything for him.
Daniel Payne started hand-coding web sites back in 1995, has worked at large corporations, then went freelance in 2004. His company is Tualatin Web (http://tualatinweb.com/).
He has also worked at semiconductor companies doing chip design, and helped market software at EDA (http://marketingeda.com/) (Electronic Design Automation) companies. Read some of Daniel's high-tech blogging at SemiWiki (http://semiwiki.com/).
When he's not using WordPress, you'll find Daniel riding his road bike each day and talking to God.