Mark Root-Wiley designs and develops WordPress websites for nonprofits and mission-driven organizations with a focus on accessible and usable designs that are easy for stakeholders to use. These attractive, powerful, user-friendly websites expand the capacity of organizations, allowing them to focus on their missions instead of their technology.
Mark designed 501Commons.org and has partnered with 501 Commons on other successful website redesigns for Yellowstone to Yukon and Program for Early Parent Support (PEPS). He works directly with many other Washington nonprofits in the environmental and education sectors, among others.
Mark actively supports the Seattle tech and nonprofit communities through blogging and presentations. He has spoken at the WordPress Seattle Meetup, WordCamp Seattle, InfoCamp Seattle, the SeaTech4Good Meetup, and the 501 Commons Talks Tech series. You can read his thoughts on WordPress, nonprofit technology, and making great websites on his blog and on Twitter.