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Our group is looking for a restaurant website that incorporates the following features.
-A coming soon / starter webpage
-Typical Information Architecture expected from a typical restaurant website. (Home, Menu, About, Photos, Press, etc. (Approximately 5-6 individual pages)
-A non-PDF means of updating our menus, specials, on a regular basis that doesn’t require 3rd party maintenance.
-A feature on the home page that will allow us to “blog” about specials, upcoming events. Etc. In other words, communicate directly with our customers.
-Good food photo viewer
-Connectivity with Facebook and Twitter
-A mailing list sign-up feature which stores customer e-mails into a database.
-Hack-Proof Security Features
-Search Engine Optimization
Websites we like:
Site Name: Susan Finegar’s Street:
Why we like it: We like this site because of the colors palette is similar to the one we’ll be using for our website. We also like the simple vector based illustrations, but for our site, we’d like to include some “street art” throughout the website. We like the blogging feature on the home page.
Site Name: New York Hot Dog and Coffee
Why we like it: We love the simple UI, Clean Look, and Fast loading times, and use of flash to make the website more interactive and aesthetically pleasing. Our site will borrow this site’s UI, but use different colors.
Site Name: Belly Shack
Why we like it: We like the design and feel of this website. This is the type of look and feel that we’re looking for with our website. We really like the use of photos and the ability to scroll through the photos. We'd like to be able to scroll through photos similar to this manner.
This is the artist who we are commissioning to do the artwork for the mural in our dining area. We’d like to incorporate some of his artwork into our website to give it a more urban type of feel.
If you're interested. Please leave your contact info, links to your portfolio, and links to positive customer feedback you've received in the past.