Dino’s Pizza

Dinos pizza site

I recently just finished a simple site for my families pizzeria, Dino’s Pizza. It’s a one-pager that has a responsive layout, accommodating screen widths from 1280px all the down to an iPhone. Fluid site design is the way to go in my opinion, especially now that people are viewing sites on multiple devices. I used the 1140 CSS framework as the base for my code, and then tweaked it from there.

Overall, I’m happy with it. I wanted to do more with animation, but I really didn’t have the time.

17 thoughts on “Dino’s Pizza

  1. Well, that explains why I’ve never understood why so many designers use web fonts that looked so badly rendered, being a Windows user myself. As many designers choose to work with Mac, they forget most people use Windows and then forget most people will not see what they see… I always think “this would look great if it were printed, but right now I can’t read shit”.

    1. Mary, it’s not the issue of the font, it’s the issue of the OS not providing adequate font rendering. If designers keep catering to a platform that offers sub-par quality, then it’s never going to improve. It’s a trade off a designer just has to make.

  2. Nice website. Looks even better in a single column.

    I see your parents hail from the same part of Italy as my mother so I know that’s gonna be good pizza.

  3. Antonio, I’ve used the skeleton framework for responsive design (getskeleton.com) and it works great out of the box.

    I really like the page you made.

  4. Looks great, the only thing bugging me is the PDF menu… that’s so typical of restaurant websites — but I don’t want to download a PDF to read the menu, put it on your site already 🙂

    1. Thanks Erwin. What is the benefit of having the menu on the site over having it as a PDF? The file is tiny and doesn’t take much to download and it’s easier to print out.

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