Ozzi’s Burrito Shack
Website for a restaurant & Takeaway.
Ozzi’s Burrito Shack is a small, family-owned Mexican restaurant and take-away located in a busy urban area of Barnet. They had an existing website, but it was not mobile-friendly and did not allow customers to place orders online. The client wanted their website to be modern and user-friendly, with a focus on increasing online orders.
The first step in the web design process was to understand their business and requirements for their new website. We learned that they wanted to showcase their menu, highlight special deals/promotions and make it easy for customers to place orders online.
We then conducted a user experience (UX) analysis to identify any issues with the current website and gather insights on how to improve the user experience. This included analysing the website’s structure, layout and navigation.
We developed a new website design that was responsive and mobile-friendly. The new design included a clean, modern layout with clear calls to action and easy-to-use navigation. We also developed the client’s branding, including their logo and colour scheme, to create a cohesive and visually appealing website.
Improved user experience:
The responsive and mobile-friendly design of the website makes it easy to use on any device, which has led to a higher rate of customer engagement and satisfaction.
Increased online orders:
The ability to place orders online has led to a significant increase in online orders for the restaurant, as customers can now easily place orders from their phones or computers.
Enhanced branding and marketing:
The new website has helped to strengthen the client’s brand and improve their online presence, as it showcases their menu and promotions in a visually appealing and professional manner.
Very professional service, great experience and a bespoke website design. Thanks to everyone at the Midas especially Damien. We got a website that is really cool and the way we wanted.”
Owner, Ozzi’s Burrito Shack
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