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Restaurant Website Design Survey

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Thanks for taking our restaurant website design survey and doing your civic duty to make the dining experience for all mankind better. The survey is now closed and we are tallying the results.

The restaurant website statistics will be released soon.

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Eric Wentworth

October 3, 2012

The better looking and more informative the website is, the more confidence I have that the restaurant will put in the same effort and care with the dining experience.

Carin Oliver

Carin Oliver

October 3, 2012

That’s how I feel! Thanks for taking the survey! – Carin

Carin Oliver

Carin Oliver

October 3, 2012

We do our best! 🙂 Should we send you the results when we have them? – Carin

D$

October 3, 2012

On Q.5 you’ve got the ‘Always’ and ‘Frequently’ column titles switched. Might mess up your survey results. Good test of whether people are reading or not.

Carin Oliver

Carin Oliver

October 3, 2012

doh! Thanks, I will fix it. Clearly, we need to lay off the vino while uploading the surveys! (wish)

Mark Moreno

October 3, 2012

Restaurant websites need to be clean, concise, and mobile. They need to be thirty second windows in into the world of the restaurant. The old days of flash, music, cool buttons are probably behind us. Mosty importantly, restaurant websites need easy access to social media platforms.

LCW

October 4, 2012

Restaurant websites should have clear navigation to the menu, location, hours and telephone number. They should also include a few quality food photos, plus pictures of the interior that will provide visitors with a clear idea of the atmosphere of the establishment. Links to making reservations and special offers and events should also be prominent. Automated slideshows, videos and flash intros are unnecessary and music should always be omitted.

Carin Oliver

Carin Oliver

October 4, 2012

LCW – love your website! I can’t wait to do some gourmet food shopping!

Jo Dermid

October 4, 2012

Websites need to be concise, easy to navigate, and informative. Do not need buttons and links,and flash pictures

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