We work with smart people to create effective websites.
Monkey Do builds publishing systems.
We use the latest techniques to build sites with customized workflows that look beautiful on any device.
Monkey Do designs for the web.
We create layouts, identities, design systems, iconography, illustrations, and photo treatments that help bring your message to your audience.
Some of our Work
Our portfolio includes projects for startups, non-profits, small businesses, and corporate clients.
A mainstay of the font world, Font Bureau hired Monkey Do to help bring a significant new font marketplace to life. Type Network is a collection of many of the best independent type designers in the world, with e-commerce running on Django (by the Spry Group), and editorial content running on a customized ExpressionEngine-based CMS, designed and implemented by Monkey Do.
Working for the organization that oversees the development of the World Wide Web, the W3C, we provided a platform to celebrate the 25th anniversary or the web. Built on ExpressionEngine, and fully responsive, the site will promote events throughout the year, and features birthday greetings from around the world.
Built in partnership with C&G Partners, VDA needed a site that manages a portfolio of 20,000 construction projects, allowing potential clients to filter and search based on location, equipment used, and project type.
We are a two-person, full-stack 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.
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.