DRAGON DEN

Media Used: InVision| Visual Studio | Adobe Illustrator | HTML | CSS | JavaScript

Dragon Den is the name of a restaurant that serves spicy food made with food from the Caribbean. The project is an interaction and web design project, made for the desktop, that allows the restaurant owner to establish a web presence the user can order online. This website features a homepage, an interactive navigation bar, an about page and a responsive menu page. This project has a custom logo design as well. This is combined with a minimal design that helps to make the website look, and feel, more modern.

The Problem Space

The issue is that the owners of the Dragon Den restaurant need an online presence to appeal to their target audience. They would like a website that clearly explains who they are, what they do and makes it easy for their customers to either order online or find out where their physical location is.

The Target Audience

My target audience for this project is working professionals who are anywhere from 22 to 35 years old. These people would have recently graduated from college and are about to start their professional career. These people would find themselves a lot busier than before and may not have time to make their own food. The website is made to allow customers to order food from home and have it delivered. This website is also intended to appeal to people who like to eat at restaurants with their friends and those who like to try different types of cuisine. The user persona can be found here.

The Solution

The end result was a website that was intended to draw people in with a clean aesthetic and modern appearance. This was to appeal to the younger target audience for the restaurant. The minimalist design of the website makes navigation easy and ensures that visitors to the site can find what they want to easily. This will ensure that customers will have a favourable experience on the site and will be likely to return and recommend it to others. The interactive menu on the site allows users to see how much each item will cost, whether they want to have the food delivered to them or eat in person. This makes sure that they will be able to stay on budget with their spending and won’t be blindsided by unforeseen fees.

Sources

The photos were taken by Calum Lewis, Louis Hansel, Ella Olsson and Sonja Punz. Mockups by Kaja Graphic Twister and @saragnzalez.

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DRAGON DEN

Media Used: InVision| Visual Studio | Adobe Illustrator | HTML | CSS | JavaScript

Dragon Den is the name of a restaurant that serves spicy food made with food from the Caribbean. The project is an interaction and web design project, made for the desktop, that allows the restaurant owner to establish a web presence the user can order online. This website features a homepage, an interactive navigation bar, an about page and a responsive menu page. This project has a custom logo design as well. This is combined with a minimal design that helps to make the website look, and feel, more modern.

The Problem Space

The issue is that the owners of the Dragon Den restaurant need an online presence to appeal to their target audience. They would like a website that clearly explains who they are, what they do and makes it easy for their customers to either order online or find out where their physical location is.

The Target Audience

My target audience for this project is working professionals who are anywhere from 22 to 35 years old. These people would have recently graduated from college and are about to start their professional career. These people would find themselves a lot busier than before and may not have time to make their own food. The website is made to allow customers to order food from home and have it delivered. This website is also intended to appeal to people who like to eat at restaurants with their friends and those who like to try different types of cuisine. The user persona can be found here.

The Solution

The end result was a website that was intended to draw people in with a clean aesthetic and modern appearance. This was to appeal to the younger target audience for the restaurant. The minimalist design of the website makes navigation easy and ensures that visitors to the site can find what they want to easily. This will ensure that customers will have a favourable experience on the site and will be likely to return and recommend it to others. The interactive menu on the site allows users to see how much each item will cost, whether they want to have the food delivered to them or eat in person. This makes sure that they will be able to stay on budget with their spending and won’t be blindsided by unforeseen fees.

Sources

The photos were taken by Calum Lewis, Louis Hansel, Ella Olsson and Sonja Punz. Mockups by Kaja Graphic Twister and @saragnzalez.

About Us Screen Supp

About Us

Website Page

Dragon Den Style Guide Supp

Style Guide

DRAGON DEN

Media Used: InVision| Visual Studio | Adobe Illustrator | HTML | CSS | JavaScript

Dragon Den is the name of a restaurant that serves spicy food made with food from the Caribbean. The project is an interaction and web design project, made for the desktop, that allows the restaurant owner to establish a web presence the user can order online. This website features a homepage, an interactive navigation bar, an about page and a responsive menu page. This project has a custom logo design as well. This is combined with a minimal design that helps to make the website look, and feel, more modern.

The Problem Space

The issue is that the owners of the Dragon Den restaurant need an online presence to appeal to their target audience. They would like a website that clearly explains who they are, what they do and makes it easy for their customers to either order online or find out where their physical location is.

The Target Audience

My target audience for this project is working professionals who are anywhere from 22 to 35 years old. These people would have recently graduated from college and are about to start their professional career. These people would find themselves a lot busier than before and may not have time to make their own food. The website is made to allow customers to order food from home and have it delivered. This website is also intended to appeal to people who like to eat at restaurants with their friends and those who like to try different types of cuisine. The user persona can be found here.

The Solution

The end result was a website that was intended to draw people in with a clean aesthetic and modern appearance. This was to appeal to the younger target audience for the restaurant. The minimalist design of the website makes navigation easy and ensures that visitors to the site can find what they want to easily. This will ensure that customers will have a favourable experience on the site and will be likely to return and recommend it to others. The interactive menu on the site allows users to see how much each item will cost, whether they want to have the food delivered to them or eat in person. This makes sure that they will be able to stay on budget with their spending and won’t be blindsided by unforeseen fees.

Sources

The photos were taken by Calum Lewis, Louis Hansel, Ella Olsson and Sonja Punz. Mockups by Kaja Graphic Twister and @saragnzalez.

About Us Screen Supp

About Us

Website Page

Dragon Den Style Guide Supp

Style Guide

DRAGON DEN

Media Used: InVision| Visual Studio | Adobe Illustrator | HTML | CSS | JavaScript

Dragon Den is the name of a restaurant that serves spicy food made with food from the Caribbean. The project is an interaction and web design project, made for the desktop, that allows the restaurant owner to establish a web presence the user can order online. This website features a homepage, an interactive navigation bar, an about page and a responsive menu page. This project has a custom logo design as well. This is combined with a minimal design that helps to make the website look, and feel, more modern.

The Problem Space

The issue is that the owners of the Dragon Den restaurant need an online presence to appeal to their target audience. They would like a website that clearly explains who they are, what they do and makes it easy for their customers to either order online or find out where their physical location is.

The Target Audience

My target audience for this project is working professionals who are anywhere from 22 to 35 years old. These people would have recently graduated from college and are about to start their professional career. These people would find themselves a lot busier than before and may not have time to make their own food. The website is made to allow customers to order food from home and have it delivered. This website is also intended to appeal to people who like to eat at restaurants with their friends and those who like to try different types of cuisine. The user persona can be found here.

The Solution

The end result was a website that was intended to draw people in with a clean aesthetic and modern appearance. This was to appeal to the younger target audience for the restaurant. The minimalist design of the website makes navigation easy and ensures that visitors to the site can find what they want to easily. This will ensure that customers will have a favourable experience on the site and will be likely to return and recommend it to others. The interactive menu on the site allows users to see how much each item will cost, whether they want to have the food delivered to them or eat in person. This makes sure that they will be able to stay on budget with their spending and won’t be blindsided by unforeseen fees.

Sources

The photos were taken by Calum Lewis, Louis Hansel, Ella Olsson and Sonja Punz. Mockups by Kaja Graphic Twister and @saragnzalez.

About Us Screen Supp

About Us

Website Page

Dragon Den Style Guide Supp

Style Guide

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