Lovely mobile site design of an Italian grill restaurant. Great colours, very appealing - makes me want to eat there! Great calls to action and also includes the ability to make a reservation right from your mobile phone. Excellent. => for help, tips, news and more information about mobile marketing and mobile website design visit http://www.localviralbuzz.co.uk
Wagamama's mobile website design. For those who are regulars of wagamama's you'll be very familar with the mobile website layout. Great mobile site and very easy and intuitive to navigate on a mobile phone. The only negative is that I feel that some of the buttons and calls-to-action could be bigger and more thumb friendly. Also any buttons especially if they're quite small, shouldn't be positioned too closely together to avoid inadvertent clicks.
An example of an Italian restaurant mobile website design. => Design your mobile website with maximum conversion in mind. As a restaurant owner your objective should be to get potential customers to engage with you by either phoning or perhaps emailing you for a reservation, or actually going to your restaurant to dine. It’s important that you make it easy for mobile users to do just that.
Mobile website design for The Merry Ploughboy pub in Dublin . Nice looking site with the main call to action, the phone number, at the top. However, I would recommend de-cluttering the navigation menu as there appears to be unnecessary buttons. Think about what you want your customers to do when they land on your mobile website - test a small ad below the phone no. e.g. details of next big gig playing at the Merry Ploughboy. Above all keep the mobile website simple - m.mpbpub.com
Cesars Killer Margaritas Restaurant Chicago mobile website design. Oh my! Killer margaritas ... yes that certainly brings back memories. I learned that night that there was a reason why they called it "killer" margaritas. Great margaritas, not so great on the head, and of course great mobile website design - m.killermargaritas.com
This is a variation on a mobile website design for a Malaysian restaurant. If you are unsure as to which design to go with for your mobile site, who better to ask than your customers. Do a survey and ask them which they prefer and what they would like to see on a mobile website.
Malysian restaurant mobile website design. Design your mobile phone site so that your top level calls-to-action are always just one click away to make it easy for your customers to engage with you. This gives you a better chance of winning their business. Use short forms rather than ask your mobile users to provide lots of personal information - mobile users won't have the patience to complete long forms.
Dickie Doo bbq restaurant mobile website design. Love this design and love the name of the restaurant... let's all go to the Doo! Fantastic. The mobile site design is mapped out well. Has all the most important calls to action at the top of the navigation menu - call, map & share buttons, then you have the menu. Terrific. m.dickiedoobbq.com
Brasserie Blanc restaurant mobile website. Nice simple design, however the downside is as its a franchise website a visitor has to go through extra hoops to find their local Brasserie Blanc. Another negative is that there's no tap to call button on the menu pages, so you need to click back several times which is inconvenient. It's also a good idea to add social share buttons. http://www.brasserieblanc.mobileversion.co.uk
Gourmet Restaurant mobile website design. Design your mobile website with good visibility in mind. Use good contrasts and font sizes that is large enough to make it easy to read for a person that maybe looking at the site while walking for example. Also avoid large blocks of text as its harder for a person to read especially if they're on the move.
Papa Johns Pizza Restaurant mobile website. Restaurant businesses that are part of a large franchise organisation frequently have a search page for the nearest restaurant as their home page. Ideally, a franchised restaurant should have a touch to call button as mobile users prefer not to fill out forms if possible
Fish restaurant mobile website design. Buttons and information that are important and common to many well designed mobile websites for restaurant businesses are "call us" and "how to find us" buttons, opening hours, menu and a social sharing button.
Fine dinning restaurant mobile website design. Mobile phones come in a bewildering number of shapes and sizes and very small screens. In the same way some of us have thin nimble fingers while some of us are challenged with the fat finger syndrome. It’s important therefore that in designing your mobile website that it caters for all types of phones and all types of fingers. For more tips on mobile site design - http://localviralbuzz.co.uk/mobile-phone-website-design-services/
Pizza restaurant mobile website design. Your mobile website's main navigation menu needs to be simple and linking to either a submenu navigation or pages that contain content that a mobile user would most likely to be seeking on the move. In this example mobile site, the top 2 calls to action i.e. telephone numbers and GPS maps to locate the pizza restaurant are positioned at the top of the screen for easy access.
Chinese restaurant mobile website design. When designing a mobile website for your restaurant business, try to keep it as simple as possible, focusing on delivering only such information as a person on the move is most likely to want. Avoid replicating your main website as this is not want mobile sites are all about. Looking for more information on mobile website design and optimisation? Go to http://localviralbuzz.co.uk/mobile-search-traffic-mobile-optimisation-website-marketing-design/
Spanish tapa bar / restaurant mobile website design. Thumb friendly navigation page giving easy access to relevant internal or submenu pages. Most important call to action "call us" conveniently positioned at the top of the page i.e. make it prominent & easy to call. Use of strong images to create an impression and to grab mobile visitors' attention. Navigation buttons linking to content that a person on a mobile and on the move is most likely to want.