ScribeScribe is a unique tool that allows online publishers to analyze and optimize their content on the fly. Traditional SEO tools don’t integrate so seamlessly with the creation of the content. That’s why its perfect for web writers, bloggers, affiliate marketers and entrepreneurs.

Scribe is a WordPress plugin combined with an API that allows you to tap into the content optimization service right from your WordPress interface.

The site was designed and built to be promote the Scribe service and and WordPress plugin. Together with Brian Clark of Copyblogger, we were able to put together something appealing.

Website: Scribe

Platform: WordPress

Scribe SEO Review

Kaleo Missions

Kaleo MissionsWhen I was asked to take part in building a site for Kaleo I was pretty excited because I’ve been personally affected by short-term mission trips which is what they help bring to life.

Not only is their ministry model unique, but so is their website. Once all the features are rolled out, visitors will be able to register for trips, pay online, and check their trip’s status with their account profile. Honestly, this has stretched me, but that’s always a good thing. Integrating that entire process isn’t entirely simple, but the outcome for the administrators as well as the user experience is well worth it.

Website: Kaleo Missions

Platform: WordPress

Denton Bible Church Media

Denton Bible Church MediaDenton Bible Church came to me in desperate need of replacing their existing media ministry website with over 4,000 products. It was nearly impossible to find the product you wanted to purchase.

Now, we’ve organized all of the content much more nicely, making the products easier to find and even easier to purchase.

We also added the ability to listen and watch sermons online, making the site a much better resource for everyone.

Hope you enjoy!

Website: Denton Bible Church Media

Platform: WordPress & Shopp

Design by: Pixelight Creative

PurinaCare Pet Health Library

PurinaCare Pet Health LibraryMy most recent project is pretty exciting. I had the opportunity to work with PurinaCare (the insurance division of Purina). They wanted to increase visitor interaction on their site. So, what better way to encourage people to explore your site than offering a TON of really awesome content?

I actually just started working for Animal Care Technologies and this was my first project. We were able to come up with an entire library of articles & videos related to pet health and breeds. We tied all of the content together pretty intelligently by providing users with related information, popular content, a pretty intuitive search engine, and of course the automation of much of the work being done on the site.

If you’re looking for a new pet or want to learn more about your pet, then this new resource is your one-stop shop. I think you’ll like it.

Website: PurinaCare Pet Health Library

Platform: WordPress

Simple Elegance

Simple EleganceSimple Elegance is a wedding decoration company in Denton, TX that serves the Dallas/Ft Worth area. This site is unique because Simple Elegance was actually the wedding decorator for my wedding. So while I was in the thick of wedding planning with my finacé (and now wife) I had all kinds of great ideas about how to make Simple Elegance’s site stand apart from the rest of the wedding decorators of the world. The best features of the site are automatic and by far the best one of those is the automatic categorization of rental items.

When a girl (or guy…just not in my case) is planning the decorations of her wedding she often has a theme in mind of how her wedding should look. How better to describe that theme than with an array of adjectives? When Simple Elegance enters their rental items into their site they describe each item at which time I take over and interlink that item with other items using the same adjectives. This makes the process of finding items a girl wants far easier than leaving the description broad and open ended.

Website: No longer online

Platform: WordPress

The Well of DBC

The Well of DBCThe Well is the evening service at DBC. The intention in building this site was to provide a platform for a media rich website. The Well records and podcasts sermons weekly and needed to organize these, make them even more accessible, and align them with other media resources like video and photos.

Some things to note about the features included in this website are the “featured post scroll” on the home page, a calendar of events managed by Google Calendar but displayed in a custom design, and the galleries for all the types of media.

Website: No longer online

Platform: WordPress

The Well is the evening service of Denton Bible Church. Established in 2008, this service was birthed to further the mission of our church in “equipping the saints for the work of the ministry” (Eph. 4), namely among a new generation of families, singles, and collegians in our community.

Lead Maverick

Lead MaverickLead Maverick is my current full-time employer. When I started working for Lead Maverick in 2007 the company website promoted what seemed to be software…and software no more current than the 1990s at that! Needless to say, one of my first tasks was to redesign the company’s website to better reflect the product, the brand, and current state of the company. We worked with the existing brand materials that had made it onto stationary but hadn’t found their way onto the web. After many variations on the themes of the website we nailed down a website that finally communicated the goals of the company and the benefits of the product. Success.

Website: Lead Maverick

Platform: Ecordia