stationstreetpgh.com

stationstreetpghcom

The color scheme screams hot dog. And I immediately became hungry. Interesting use of infographic-style for the menu item descriptions. Hot dogs are generally a pretty simple thing to order, but this puts some love and fun into it. The color for hot dog and Heinz ketchup seem a little too close, but overall well done. Sexy font choices and good use of space round out the cool factor of this page. Good work, now when’s lunch?

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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.

  • http://jonahgoldstein.com jonah

    i love the flat shapes in that color palette.

    at first i was skeptical about “making everything an infographic,” but after actually looking at the diagrams, there is something conveyed…

    menus often show WHAT ingredients are in a dish, but i don’t think i’ve ever seen a menu that actually shows HOW MUCH or at least in what ratios they/there are. that can actually be valuable.

    i think that’s actually cool and novel (and least in my experience).

    on the other hand, the breakdown of ingredients with a scientific reference like this really reminds me that hot dogs are made up of lots of things… er… crap.

    dissecting it pretty heavily, but i gotta say, i still like it:)

    out

    jonah