Our portfolio includes projects for startups, non-profits, small businesses, and corporate clients.
A social bookmarking and browsing startup, Monkey Do designed Been's identity, portal site, as well as their elaborate browser add-on.
A List Apart
A bold new identity, design, and ExpressionEngine-based workflow for the long-standing publication for people who make websites.
An Event Apart
Monkey Do provided a updated responsive design and revamped CMS installation for the popular conference for web professionals.
Design and HTML5 for this royalty-free music sales site.
World Science Festival
Design, HTML5, and custom CMS work for the 2011 World Science Festival site, featuring event calendars, speaker bios, and an integrated video library of past events.
Monkey Do provided design, HTML5, and Wordpress integration for this new financial blogging network launched by Roubini Global Economics.
A new design for Visualizing.org, a clearinghouse for visualizing scientific data by students and professionals.
Advancing Human Rights
A new site design and CMS installation for this non-profit rights advocacy group.
Monkey Do worked with Happy Cog, Roger Black, and the Scientific American team to coordinate a site redesign with a redesign of the print magazine.
View Site (evolved by client)
A brand new site design and CMS for this foundation that provides science curriculum and education projects in the New York City Region.
A comprehensive redesign of seedmagazine.com, focused on readability and flexibility of content types.
Monkey Do designed and developed this platform for multiple science bloggers and helped it grow from a handful of bloggers to over 80.
Special content packages, original web applications, and more.
Got a Few Minutes?
A small Monkey Do project to provide useful alternatives to the usual time-wasting distractions on the internet, as a technical exploration of responsive design and social login.
A Monkey Do project designed to track daily food truck locations in New York City. Built using the Google Maps API and HTML5 to provide both mobile and desktop experiences using the same codebase.
The final print issue of SEED Magazine was a special issue designed by Monkey Do.
A full-screen HTML5 immersive slideshow framework for seedmagazine.com, featuring optional audio integration.
Video interviews featuring scientists and artists discussing the intersection of the two disciplines.
A SEED magazine interactive feature highlighting the desks of various scientists and scientific luminaries.
A Place for Science
An interactive SEED mapping feature showing where science happens around the world.
The State of Science
A special SEED editorial package focused on the current drivers in science in 2008.
Monkey Do provided design assets for this 2009 redesign of CooperSquare Realty, a real-estate and property management firm in NYC.
A 2008 redesign for this NYC-based commercial real estate broker.
About Monkey Do
We are a two-person team based in New York City.
Code / Integration / User Experience
Tim has been building web sites since 1997 and specializes in delivering standards-based HTML5/CSS templates. His eye for design and serious affinity for clean code allow him to painlessly integrate his templates into larger systems without sacrificing user experience or aesthetics.
Tim started in the non-profit world, moved on to start-ups, shifted to an agency, upgraded to publishing, and from thence: Monkey Do. Tim can be found on Twitter at
Design / User Experience / Code
Over the years he has worked as a cog in a large agency, an in-house art director, and a humble freelancer, and has picked up a few awards along the way. He holds a BD in Communication Design from NSCAD in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Mike tweets as
The Monkey Do Blog
Solving the Problem with Sticky Headers
A List Apart Opens Up
Duolingo Redesigns for iOS 7
Monkey Do LLC
148 Madison Avenue
New York, NY