Yes. Just create a div in the main html template and use CSS to style according. Look up some html css tutorials.
var myprogress = squiffy.get("attributename");
And then use the standard:
document.getElementById("yourID").innerHTML = myprogress;
To output to a span container within the aforementioned div.
That said, using the above approach may cause issues for players resuming the game, as your changes to html elements won't be saved. That said, squiffys internal attribute states are saved, so a simple JS call could reload.