Coco Bistro – Case Study

website redesigned for cocobistro in fair oaks ranch
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The Brief

Chef coco has a strong passion for food and the culinary arts. The current website that she had was a bit dated. There was a lot going on in the web pages and kinda lose focus of where your at on the site.

She wanted to clean it up a bit with a more modern design. The chef also wanted to be able to add other services within the same website. Originally she had 2 sites, one was for her Bistro and the other for her prepared meals, cooking classes & catering.

my approach

For me the most important part of a website design is the navigation. It is what guides the user around the site to get the information they need easily. A good website will also have breadcrumbs to show the user where they are at on the site.

I’m sure most people have gone to sites and have gotten lost within the sub-pages of the site. For Coco Bistro I created a fixed navigation that follows you wherever your at on the site. As well as adding breadcrumbs on all the pages.

It would be difficult to get lost on this site and will help with the overall user experience. I’ve also built the site around the Chefs Bistro, which adds on to her other services.

The homepage was laid out as a summary of the entire website with short descriptions, as well as links to learn more if the visitor is interested.

Call to actions have been placed throughout the site in order to engage users to take actions to contact, get directions, business hours and make a call quickly and easily.

the result

Full responsive website on all media devices, that is functional and user friendly to keep visitors on the site longer and in return more leads.

coco bistro website displayed on different media devices

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