• David HickoxDavid Hickox, over 8 years ago

    Design is nice. Type choices are nice. Functionally, though, it's a trainwreck.

    Endless scrolling and for what? Not scannable in the least. If the goal is "create a usable restaurant website", it doesn't accomplish that goal at all.

    8 points
  • Kyle StetzKyle Stetz, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    The branding work was done by Mike Smith (https://dribbble.com/mikesmith187, http://mikesmith187.com/?p=3035), site design was a collaboration between Mike Smith and Matt Goold (https://dribbble.com/mattgoold)!

    Developed by P'unk Ave (http://punkave.com/).

    5 points
  • Julio Marroquin, over 8 years ago

    I scrolled and scrolled and incredibly didn't notice it was a site for a restaurant until I read the comments =/

    2 points
  • Todd SielingTodd Sieling, over 8 years ago

    Looks really nice, but it's jarring and performs kind of poorly (esp glitchy around the scrolling). I do like the concept, but the concept grew beyond its means.

    1 point
  • Andrew NaterAndrew Nater, over 8 years ago

    Cool concept overall, but the amount of scrolling to get to the menu on desktop seems overdone. Mobile is really nice though

    1 point
    • Andy OrsowAndy Orsow, over 8 years ago

      +1 to the note about scrolling. Almost one of those rare occasions when I'd prefer to be scroll-jacked!

      I love seeing a restaurant site designed around the reason you'd be on a restaurant's site though.... Here's to the future!

      0 points
  • Giulio MichelonGiulio Michelon, over 8 years ago

    Scrolling here is just wrong

    0 points
  • Kyle CookKyle Cook, over 8 years ago (edited over 8 years ago )

    It's beautiful. My only problem is considering mobile users - they're most likely viewing the site on their phone because they need the address and phone number quickly - which is painful to scroll all the way down. I'd consider throwing them at the very top of mobile views.

    Otherwise, its killer and Mike Smith's branding is on point.

    0 points