Our portfolio reflects a mix of sites we've created, and a few of the many sites Michelle worked on during her tenure at leading interactive marketing agency nFusion. If you have any questions, or would like to discuss specifics related to any particular piece, please contact us.
The Webber Energy Group
needed an easy-to-maintain site which included a filterable and searchable list of all its publications
. Friendly built the site using on a design created by the talented folks at LewisCarnegie
, a non-profit organization advocating for abused and neglected children, needed to consolidate a number of websites into one easy-to-use content management system. Friendly designed and developed a WordPress multisite installation hosted on WPEngine which supports the TexasCASA.org site and a number of additional Texas-based CASA sites.
Designed by Chris Duncan
, Friendly built UT's Center for Learning and Memory
site to be both responsive and very easy to manage.
needed to more easily administrate their site. Using an updated design by Jani Whitesides
, Friendly moved the site into WordPress and enhanced the content organization in the Member Stations area.
Friendly built this deceptively simple, responsive site for marketing automation platform Eloqua's Markies awards
Working closely with the great folks at the Society of Counseling Psychology
, Friendly created this responsive WordPress site based on a gorgeous design by Lewis Carnegie
Friendly redesigned and reorganized the Austin Camp Fire
site to conform to new national standards and be more visitor-focused.
needed help getting its WordPress installation and plugins up to date, as well as some tweaks to some page layouts and forms.
Continuing a long relationship which began when Friendly moved (fantastic!) author Jeff Abbott's site
into WordPress so that it could be more easily updated, Friendly recently completed a redesign which organizes his books by series and features even easier administration on the back end.
Friendly designed and developed this responsive WordPress site for TNOYS.org
, which features event listings and a private members-only area.
Using a design supplied by the Dana Center
, Friendly developed this site to be responsive and easy to manage.
To promote its centennial celebration, the Accounting Department of McCombs School of Business and Friendly created this site featuring an interactive timeline, quiz, and visitor-submitted stories and photos. Anne-Charlotte Patterson at Southern Combustion Creative
is responsible for the beautiful design.
Friendly built LifeWay's
site The Gospel Project
to be "responsive", meaning it looks great on screens of all sizes from your huge monitor on down to your iPhone. It also has a custom sign-in/join area which restricts some areas of the site to members only.
A private, restricted-login site for Rackers (Rackspace employees). Friendly made extensive use of the plugin Gravity Forms to enable a multi-part, multi-page survey with dynamic results.
Friendly designed and developed this site for best-selling romance author Julia London
so that it would be super-easy for her to manage and for her readers to navigate. It's also "responsive" meaning its design adapts based on the size of your screen.
Friendly created a new WordPress template on behalf of UT and the Senate of College Councils
, based on the lovely new UT site design.
Friendly redesigned BenefitU
to better align with its new goals and improve its search engine optimization rankings.
Using WordPress's multi-site blog functionality, Friendly built a custom theme to be used across a number of blogs. Design by TwinB Creative
Friendly designed Bill Parkes's blog
to integrate his Twitter feed and WordPress posts in a single stream, enabling him to keep new content flowing in whether he has time for a full article or just a simple tweet.
Social media wrangler Sprout Social
engaged Friendly to build the blog
portion of their site using WordPress. Design by William Blacklock of TwinB Creative.
Designed by William Blacklock at TwinB Creative, Friendly built this lovely site using WordPress and the Thesis theme framework.
Friendly designed this WordPress theme around the great Weigh2Go logo supplied by Happy Dieter
Friendly built this complex site, integrating WordPress with legacy code, on the Thesis theme framework. Designed by William Blacklock of TwinB Creative.
Friendly worked with the fab team over at TwinB Creative to create this site for Rackspace Hosting.
The lovely folks at Rose Greene Financial
asked us to update their Money Matters Blog
, which used the out-of-the-box Thesis theme framework, to a style more in line with their brand. The resulting site is more fun to read and easier to manage on the back end.
Another beautiful blog designed by TwinB Creative
. Developed by Friendly using the theme framework Thesis, Eloqua's "It's All About Revenue" blog
features automatic resizing of images, retweeting, and post view counts.
Friendly created a WordPress theme for Steve Kronen
, who wanted to keep the design of his site but move into the more manageable WordPress system.
Again working with the über-talented William Blacklock of TwinB Creative
, Friendly built this site showcasing the talent at Rackspace
, the fantastic San Antonio web hosting company.
Thanks to William of TwinB Creative
, Friendly has recently given Michelle's poetry blog The Gladdest Thing
a beautiful makeover. The site uses the theme framework Thesis.
Using WordPress MU, Friendly developed this gorgeous site for The Engine 2 Diet
. The site will continue to evolve over time, adding numerous community-centric features. Site design by the wonderful Joe Basnight
Friendly designed and developed this website and blog for the fantastic author J.K. Beck
(aka Julie Kenner) using WordPress and the theme framework Thesis.
Seven amazing authors, the Whine Sisters, allowed Friendly to redesign and develop their group blog
Friendly developed the TASBHC.org
site using WordPress and the theme framework Thesis. Design by the fantastic Mr. David Steinert.
John McGinnis (yes, he's a Friendly father) is running for school board in Long Beach, CA. Friendly designed and built the John McGinnis for School Board
site to promote his campaign. (UPDATE: He won!! Congratulations, Dad!)
Friendly developed UT's Student Affairs site
in WordPress so that administrative staff could add and edit content elements quickly and easily. Friendly also provided training. The lovely design was provided by Chris Duncan Design
Friendly designed and is in the process of developing this WordPress site for the San Gabriel Writer's League
based in Georgetown, Texas.
Using the Thematic theme framework and a wide variety of plugins, Friendly developed this WordPress site for web hosting company Rackspace
and Robert Scoble
. Design by the fantastic William Blacklock of TwinBCreative
Designed and developed a landing page
directing fans of Musiq Soulchild to a few highlighted activities.
Willie Nelson's site
, built over the course of years, used multiple WordPress installations to manage content. Friendly consolidated these installations into one highly-functional WordPress-based backend.
Built with WordPress, the design for Scottish historical romance writer Jenna Stuart
melds historical artwork with the image of a brooding Scottish castle to create a lush, romantic feel.
We created this poetry blog
devoted to displaying the great poems of the world in 2006 using a free WordPress theme. Subscribers receive emails each time a new poem is posted on the site.
Using free CMS platform WordPress, we designed and developed this members-only critique site for writers. Members may post and update content, add images, video and files, and communicate with each other via email as well as manage their own profiles.
Michelle coded this web site for Vericenter, a managed services, application hosting and IT infrastructure company. She handed off a suite of files enabling the company's internal resources to continue managing the content, and provided technical consulting.
Michelle provided business, marketing and technical consulting to Toshiba while helping them redesign their laptop division's e-commerce site. She also worked with their internal team to create an information and technical architecture that met the complex needs of both their end-audiences and internal resources.
McCoy's, a regional building supply chain, needed to revamp its web presence and update its site to include a product catalog. Working with her team, Michelle crafted an information architecture that met their needs. She also provided technical consulting, project management, and cross-team collaborative leadership.
A Flash showpiece, this site was designed to sell the multi-million-dollar home known as Fincayra. Michelle's involvement included information architecture planning, project and team management.
Michelle's very first website, built over 12 years ago and still functioning as of March 2011. Much love to Gary Phillips and his team
who gave Michelle her start in the biz!