Instructor Biographies

Rob Huddleston has been teaching adults in all aspects of web design and development for nearly 20 years. For the past eight years, he has served on the graphic and web design faculty at the Art Institute of California in Sacramento (AI). In addition to teaching at UC Davis Continuing and Professional Education, he currently splits his time between AI, California State University-Sacramento and Delta College. Huddleston is also the author of 10 books, most of which have focused on Adobe applications, although he has also written about HTML and CSS, XML, Android and programming.

William Mead, M.Ed., has been a professional designer and educator since the 1990s. Originally from Boston, Mead’s early professional career included an eclectic mix of web development, interface design, graphic design, information architecture, database development and teaching. Mead established and ran the media arts program at Boston Arts Academy, a public high school for the arts, recognized nationally for its innovative, student-centered curriculum. Since his relocation to the West Coast, Mead has worked on many professional design projects for clients, as well as taught design and web development classes at Art Institute of California - Sacramento, American River College and UC Davis.

Matthew Quinton has worked as a professional web designer for more than 15 years. He owns his own graphic design and web design company, MWQ Design, where he has built websites for organizations throughout the greater Sacramento area since 2002. Quinton has taught web design and production courses at UC Davis Extension since 2016, and he also leads WordPress site user trainings through his own web business.

Daniel Randall is a computer programmer, teacher and author from Sacramento. He has a wide range of programming expertise, including C++, JavaScript, data architecture and AJAX. Randall has authored materials for the International Oracle Users Group and currently works as senior architect for Composer Solutions.