WordPress plugin to track custom data

A client came to me requesting the ability to track certain data from visitors, internally. (mainly, the hits themselves, realtime). Then that data was to be used on a public page as social proof. The data needed to be stored in the database and I chose to use shortcodes for the output so the data could be styled and inserted anywhere the client wanted without additional developer assistance.

I can’t share more details on the client project until a later date but when the time comes, perhaps I’ll open source the plugin code for anyone that may be interested.


My new blog needed a makeover so I went with something simple and clean. The site is built on WordPress and the Genesis framework. AntiNecktie is still a work in progress.

Green Leaf Author Summit

Green Leaf needed a site designed for their upcoming author summit and I was happy to help. The site is built on WordPress and the Thesis framework. Some custom functions were also coded to handle some dynamics Green Leaf wanted on their pages.