Canadian, especially Abbotsford web design, are famous worldwide, and we today have the guidelines on how to design a website for a restaurant.
If you are a web designer, you must know already that above all, designing a restaurant’s website is toughest.
The task is so difficult because you need to get everything inch-perfect.
As my design teacher used to say, “A restaurant’s website must look just as delicious as their food is.”
Do not take the exception even if the food of your client’s website does not taste good. Okay, that is about enough chit chat, let us talk business now.
Do not Use Generic Pictures
There is no bigger crime in designing industry than using generic or free web images for a restaurant’s website.
This caution is circulating on the streets of website designing from the starting of the year 2019.
Let me put it this way; there are 4346 Million internet users at this point.
This number of 4346 Million is growing and multiplying drastically, at the very moment you are reading this line.
There are not that many free pictures, let alone the good ones and that too in the food niche.
Most of the people are using free images for their sites; now it can work in other niches, but not for food.
I.e. if a customer sees a picture on your site and s/he has seen before, the question, “is their food not representable enough?” will emerge automatically.
Let That Menu Speak
Why would anyone come to a restaurant’s website? So that one could see what the eatery has to offer, and how does an eatery show it? Yes, via the menu.
There must not be any compromise in this situation here, no glossy stuff or sparkling lines. The menu should be simple and beautiful.
Your menu’s font must also be super simple; a person must not have to read any item twice.
Leaving A Big Chunk of The Audience Out, NOT!
It happens more often than you think it does, more specifically to local business’ websites. Most of the people use the internet on mobile.
As per statcounter.com, 50.71 % of people used the internet to surf websites in June 2019, and only 45.53% of people accessed them from desktops.
Now, tell me yourself, would you ever shut out 50 per cent of the internet from your business?
Ask your designer to put some extra effort to make your website mobile-friendly.
Ask him/her to take inspiration from web design Abbotsford, if s/he may.
Ask your designer to make space for Sunday’s special or today’s special section on your website, which you can update daily.
This will give the impression that your website is up to date, and every piece of information is right on it.
Okay so this was all about Abbotsford Web Design: tips to design a restaurant’s website.
Something else can be added too? Let me know what it is; comments are welcomed.