brasseriecayman.com

Visually, there is some good stuff going on here. The main texture is nice and color is used well to help frame out the site. The photos stand apart from the background and add a lot of vibrance to the page. Small touches of hand-drawn elements keep things feeling a bit more natural. The typography seems a little disjointed though. The italicized serif font is overused and makes things harder to read. I like how they’ve handled the menus and it’s a nice touch that they have a downloadable PDF clearly marked for each section if you need it.

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Maria

Maria dedicates her days to designing for successful user experiences on the Internet. She currently helps manage digital style & standards at a Fortune 100 company and can also be found co-organizing a local UX Meetup Group in Charlotte, NC. Occasionally she dribbbles and throws.