Currently working on a clients website who is keen to keep the same structure just a visual update. Would be great to get some feedback on how to improve the top 10 section as I am struggling to come up with something that I like!
you can find the current site here
4 months ago
Very nice layout so far!
Probably it'd be better to make every preview of the dishes in TOP 10 section in circles as you did in the Concierge area? I don't think this rounded squares work here great. Suggest to make those previews in the row with some stars as identification of TOP status.
It's just my 2 cents. Hope it'd helpful for you somehow
This looks wicked, not really feedback on the top 10 section; but the 'It's friday night find restaurants' - I didn't know that they we're drop downs, maybe a really subtle border around them to show they are clickable, just because on first glance I thought they were love hearts around the words...
Outstanding work either way mate!
Great work :))
The header looks too close to iconfinder.com
This is absolutely beautiful
Neat work Ben, now i'm starving ;)
Nice work, although I would probably tighten up the leading on 'With over 750,000 dishes..." Looks a little over done to me.
@Olia Gozha I love the idea of giving them a star ranking thanks for that I will try it out!
@Jon Kyte great point thanks so much it does need to be clear
@Steve Fraschini haha this project has made me put on a few extra pounds!
@Ben Dunn Glad you find my thoughts useful :) Looking forward to seeing final result.
Nice work. Great pics too
Really like this. I would have to see it, but I tend to agree with @Olia Gozha about the circles.
Very nice, I dig the 'critics pick' image slider
I like it :-D
Love the layout, clean as hell Ben =)
For the top 10 i'd keep in line with the style you have going and do rows of images not that pattern, with the titles overlayed the images. You could do a full width look a la a critics picks, but smaller.
Beyond that, the site looks great dude and keep it up!
3 months ago
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