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Antonioni’s

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Antonioni's Homepage

Development and design conversion for Antonioni’s restaurant in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

Continuing our work building websites for restaurants and other food-oriented small businesses, we worked alongside an independent graphic design firm to convert their mockups to reality, a dynamic, image and content driven website offering fresh menus and other info about the restaurant and the bustling Lower East Side neighborhood.

By providing a custom WordPress build and backend, the small business owners can easily update menus and other information pages to keep their hungry public up to date with the latest in seasonal and fresh offerings.

The Good Fork

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homepage | the good fork brooklyn | websites for restaurants by social ink

The Good Fork restaurant in Red Hook, Brooklyn is one of our favorite restaurants in the city. You can imagine how thrilled we were when we were given the opportunity to implement the designs and develop their new website. If you’ve never been, find a way to go! As the new website says, it “feels like being inside a boat or the diner car of an old train. It boasts an eclectic, globe trotting menu that has one foot in comfort food and the other in fine dining.”

Our work on the website involved building a customized CMS that provides a public calling card for the restaurant, aligning its aesthetic with the ambiance of the physical space, while fitting the needs of the owners, converting the designs to a smooth, fast-loading site. Specific features of the site include a high resolution slide show, easy to update menus for dinner, brunch, dessert, and the bar, several informational pages, and easy to update press reviews and clippings.

As part of our larger mission to provide beautiful websites for small businesses, we’re particularly thrilled to be working to design websites for restaurants, making a better web for the hardworking and creative endeavors of the new Brooklyn food movement.

Clover Bee Foods

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Cloverbee Foods Homepage

Clover Bee Foods is an organic food startup.

We developed a logo and visual identity reflecting their sustainable, earthy approach. Including slideshows, mailing list integration and future e-commerce framework.

Big Girls Small Kitchen

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Big Girls Small Kitchen

CMS development for the relaunch of local food blog Big Girls Small Kitchen.

Project included advanced recipe and menu index, cross-referencing content across several tags and taxonomies, blogger migration, recent post slideshows and modules, and archive module development. Design by Paperwhite Studio.

Smokey House Center

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Complete overhaul and redevelopment for this sustainable working farm and land-use center in rural Danby, Vermont.

A robust CMS framework powers their youth education and farming initiatives, with seasonal template changes, photo galleries, and product sale listings, as well as youth membership blogs.

Developed database interface for signup and distribution of ITAC’s “food manufacturer’s toolkit” from the City of New York.

Cobblestone Foods

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Cobblestone Foods Product

Cobblestone Foods, a local gourmet foods boutique and catering company in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, needed to revamp their website.

We took their existing design and made it more consistent across the board, assisted in reconfiguring the information architecture and added photo slideshows and SEO (Search Engine Optimization) techniques.

Cobblestone is a proud addition to our work with websites for restaurants and food-related establishments.

Brooklyn Food Conference Flyer

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Flyer development for Brooklyn Food Conference.

(All graphic elements and logo designed by Stuart Rogers of RED Design)

Local Brooklyn wine shop needed visual identity and design, and IT support including server redirection.

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