This is the final menu version for the Cuban restaurant concept I have been working on. The menu has been printed on a 14pt cardstock matte, legal size.
Whenever opening up a new restaurant, a website is absolutely critical. It’s amazing how much traffic this site is already getting and a lot of the traffic is from keyword searches. The website is pretty bare at the moment, aside from a menu and contact information. Check out the website at havanagrillandlounge.com.
A really important factor for grabbing keywords is naming and tagging your photos appropriately. Additionally, once the restaurant is fully operational we can start adding some content with strategically placed keywords.
The site is based on Genesis, which is my absolute favorite. Studiopress is awesome to find the perfect foundation for websites.
This is one of my favorite projects. Not just because it’s the company I work for, but because I’ve had the privilege of watching the website grow.
is based on the Genesis wordpress theme. I love the simplicity and elegance of the design.
After a lot of work and SEO optimization, I’m proud to say this that this site is achieving 20,000 organic views a week.
My goal is to hit a steady 100,000 views a month…. almost there!
Which also begs the question: is it kids, kid’s, or kids’? The internet is confused on this one…
This was designed as a placemat/kid’s menu. It’s 17″x11″ which is a readily available paper size.
I designed it in a way that crayons would not be needed (cutting down costs). Instead, pencils can be used for the word-search activity.
Speaking of the word-search, would you believe that no Cuba-themed word searches exist! Haha! I had to make this one up. Thanks to puzzlemaker.com I was able to build my own after researching some “fun facts” about Cuba.
This menu looks really great in person: