And everyone knows that 99% of all websites are made by humans. Humans working 8 to 5, punching a time card, with no enthusiasm for creating gorgeous and powerful websites.
At MonkeynRobot, we only hire the best primates and artificial lifeforms. Monkeys love to make websites, and robots make everything easy.
At MonkeynRobot we absolutely love what we do and we want to make creating a beautiful and easy-to-maintain-website simple for you. Let us prove it to you.
MonkeynRobot was created to build websites. We're not just a creative agency. We're not just a development company. We are skilled in branding and graphic design as well as cold hard development. We design with code in mind so that your site will be flexible, unbreakable and most importantly, extremely usable.
Not just a buzz word. People are using mobile devices to view websites more than ever. You need a website that is flexible. You need a website that looks and functions great on any modern device. At MonkeynRobot we don't even ask you if that's important. We just build your site to work on multiple platforms.
We create usable websites. We'll build your website with the most relevant content management system (CMS) for you. We are a bit CMS agnostic. There's lots of good ways to maintain your content. MonkeynRobot will evaluate your needs and your budget and help you choose the best CMS solution.
Jeff founded MonkeynRobot in 2013. Jeff has been designing and developing websites since 2006, and he also has experience in managing website and ecommerce projects.
Jeff takes a great interest in finding new music, going to shows at small venues, watching football, dining at local eateries and drinking a craft brew or two on occasion.
Shannon has been a freelance website designer and developer since 2008. Shannon has a knack for connecting with people. She's an ace at project management and public relations.
Shannon likes listening to music, going out dancing and collecting interesting wine bottles. Shannon's side talent is that she's an amazing vocalist.
Mike started out in website support around 2006. Nowadays, he is an incredible website developer. Mike also has a background in art as a student at Herron Art School in Indianapolis.
Mike spends most of his time with his two kids, Milo and Maeby. Milo digs monster trucks and Maeby likes cats, so Mike knows a lot about both of those things.
Josh has been in the technology and website industry since the early 2000s. Josh was the creative director when he worked with Jeff, Shannon, Michael, and Aaron in the past. Josh more recently founded Lifeshare Technologies and he also stays active in the website creation business. Jeff and Josh collabrorate on various websites together.
Aaron has been in the website creation business since the early 2000s. Aaron was the manager of eCommerce and website solutions when he worked with Jeff, Shannon, and Michael. Aaron currently owns his own website creation business, MoDuet. Aaron and Jeff often bounce ideas off of each other, feed each other work, and talk shop.
Rumi comes from a background in website and user interface design. Rumi is an accomplished photographer and videographer as well. Rumi and Jeff met at a local creative agency and continue to collaborate both in work and on other creative ideas. Rumi takes on freelance design and photography projects when she can in her spare time.
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