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Posts tagged with Restaurant Websites

UX design for restaurants leaves a bad taste in the mouth

If you’re trying to sell food, nothing’s more important than the menu. 

Recently I was looking back through some older Econsultancy posts (because I live a fun-filled, rock 'n' roll life), and came across this post on mobile hamburger menus

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How London’s favourite restaurants are performing on mobile

Last month I wrote a comparison of how the UK’s favourite restaurants are performing on mobile, this month I’m going to take the same test to the streets of London.

Having a mobile optimised site is an absolute must for driving the peckish smartphone wielding pedestrian through your doors.

Whether it’s a separate mobile-site, a responsively designed site or an adaptive one, if you want to capture the attention of the empty stomach as it angrily roams the streets in need of an empty table, then you have to provide a decent mobile presence. 

Other restaurants may not necessarily be better than yours, but will they will beat you in the dinner rush if your website remains in its desktop form.

You don’t need a fully featured work of creative genius, just a simple, functional, easy-to-read, easy-to-navigate site that puts the most vital information to the fore.

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Are web designers failing restaurateurs?

Running a restaurant profitably may be one of the toughest challenges in business. But according to a scathing review of restaurant websites written by Slate's Farhad Manjoo, finding a good restaurant website may be even tougher.

In surveying a variety of restaurant websites, including some of the most notable in the United States, Manjoo came to a disappointing conclusion: they are, by and large, "horrifically bad."

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