Here are just a few of the projects that MonkeyBox has produced over the years, from one of the oldest up through the latest and greatest. This list doesn't include everything, but it should highlight some of the development work, and a little of the design efforts as well.
It's not bragging if you can back it up.
This site was developed for a Tattoo Studio in Lexington KY. Unfortunately, they are no longer in business, so there is no website to link to. However, the media here should provide a decent example of work that was performed.
Demo of the web application developed for Hold Fast Tattoo Parlor in Lexington, KY. Hold Fast has gone out of business, so this demo was created to showcase the technology used in the site.
The initial landing page for the Hold Fast Tattoo Parlor website.
This page allowed the Hold Fast staff to edit the contents of their dynamic artist art galleries
This page allowed the Hold Fast staff to edit the contents of their dynamic artist biographies
This page allowed the Hold Fast staff to dynamically manage the bio and photo galleries of their artists.
This is the fully rendered artist page after gallery and bio are edited.
MonkeyBox was approached by Dri-wash solutions to put a new spin on their old site. It was to support mobile devices, retain the primary content from the existing site, and maintian their existing search rank with Google.
The basic concept for this was that Dri-Wash wanted the site to feature the owner's car - shown in the header - and to use their existing logo. Supporting mobile views and improving on their existing site design.
This shows the same page which was shown in the desktop view, but it shows the responsive design and how it adjusts when being displayed on a mobile device.
Pre-dating the formation of Monkeybox officially, this site is on of the earlier designs of founder Jonathan Blackburn. It was developed for Hi Tech to allow their office manager to maintin the site without the need for learning/knowing HTML or other programming or design skills.
This is the landing page for Hi-Tech Racing Engines. The site was created in 2010 using ASP.NET MVC (2.0), HTML 4 / XHTML, Silverlight, and CSS 2. Buttons and general design by MonkeyBox owner Jonathan Blackburn.
The same as the home page, but now after loggin in. The user now has an [Edit Content] option on the text, by clicking this option a rich text editor is opened to change the text presented on the screen.
This screen illustrates the editor ability. With a mechanism to edit the content on the fly, the office manager could , easily, make the site content match whatever their needs were at the time.
Clever Way productions wanted a little extra polish on their logo.