Hope you're hungry.
We continue to build the digital presence for a restaurant group that won’t stop serving up restaurant concepts. Initially partnering with the Thunderdome group to build the Currito website in 2013–Ample has since designed, written, developed, and maintained the sites for each of their subsequent brands. Today they have eight concepts with close to 35 locations nationwide and growing. Ample moves forward with them through redesigns, email marketing, nutritional calculating, and a whole lot more.
Bakersfield is serving up that authentic Mexican street fare, a warm atmosphere, and the twangy sounds of a steel guitar. This site fits the personality of the restaurant with a design that is casual and authentic, simple and understated.
Maplewood is bright, open, and focused more on the corporate crowd. It showcases a destination with the space, menu, and decor that would make a great place to chat with a client or host a business meeting. Like all the Thunderdome sites, Maplewood features an easy way to book private events or place a catering order.
It started with Currito. How to push their design into the online space and build it to grow—then it was email marketing, a rewards program and online ordering. There's more to come.
Restaurants have specific development needs and Thunderdome has six different concepts. From the menu access and its frequent updates to the nutrition calculator and all its complexities—Ample has provided the support they need.
Private events required something special. We had to create an intuitive solution that would work for multiple restaurant concepts in multiple cities (each of varying size and design). It took some focused understanding of design and user-flow.
Krueger’s is old school cool. It serves house-ground meats on wooden cutting boards, and you can enjoy it all from the only outdoor rooftop dining option in the historic neighborhood it calls home. The website plays up the simple old world charm of a restaurant with a blend of imagery and illustration.
CityBird serves up fried chicken tenders to go. This place is made to service the walking traffic taking lunch to the park or grabbing a little sustenance before they Uber home. The site keeps is simple and quick with a menu-focused, clean design.