Chad 25

This page, I'm having a bit of designer's block with. It's a placeholder page for a business near Yokota Air Base, Japan. The business owner can take ownership of the page to add more detail. Until then, this is what visitors will see.

A couple of things I plan to do:

1) Remove a lot of the copy, and more clearly convey that it is a placeholder

2) Remove the tab menu, originally I planned to use it but found that there will only be one tab

What other sorts of standard design elements would be expected on a page of this sort? Feels like I'm missing something, but can't quite put my finger on it.

Thanks in advance!

1 answer

Tony B 86

I would revisit the typography first. Maybe increase the line-spacing and decrease the font-size a bit in some areas. After that maybe set up a stronger hierarchy amongst the elements because right now the area I see as most important is the ARE YOU THE OWNER OF THIS BUSINESS? thing and then the name of the restaurant and the map third. I also think a better description of what the page is for in the body couldn't hurt.

Answered about 8 years ago by Tony B