It’s a knockout!
Responsive design for Maple Avenue Boxing Gym website functions on desktop, phone, and tablets.
Whether you want to knock heads in the boxing ring or just turn them with a well-conditioned body, Maple Avenue Boxing Gym in Dallas is a terrific venue. Using “responsive design” that automatically adjusts the desktop content of the website to fit iPhone and Android phones and tablets, the new website SullivanPerkins produced for MABG works like a champ (it’s in beta, look for it soon). There’s a workout calendar, a Facebook feed, and the latest news on MABG’s up-and-coming Maurice “Mighty Mo” Hooker (6-0-1, with five big knockouts). Here’s a pic from Mighty Mo’s recent appearance at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City on the Hurricane Sandy Benefit Broadway Boxing Card.
Accompanying Mighty Mo to New York: Arnie Verbeek, his manager and owner of Maple Avenue Boxing Gym, along with MABG’s Jesus “el Matador” Chavez, the former WBC super featherweight champion, and Manny Hernando, Mighty Mo’s strength and conditioning coach. Also making the trip — the logo on Mighty Mo’s trunks and jacket, designed by SullivanPerkins.
|For more on Mighty Mo and the Roseland appearance.
And here’s Jesus in D Magazine.