I specifically chose to look at a restaurant website today. The first project for my UX class is to improve on an existing restaurants site, so it makes sense to incorporate some examples into this blog. I found this Toronto-based Italian restaurants site and I think it has some design features worth discussing. It’s got a scrolling navigation and the entire site is contained to a single page, which is a common feature in modern web design but is still not widely incorporated in Restaurant sites. It uses large pictures of the food and has well written and clear descriptions of the menu items. It also has additional information like reviews, articles and current promotions. These are all best practices and gives potential diners the confidence to make the decision to go there. The site was designed by Cinderbloc, a Toronto agency and I’d say it’s well done.