Peacock Loop Diner adds color to the Delmar Loop
Integrity takes pride in being located on one of the best streets in America: the Delmar Loop. So when we were asked to partner with the “Duke of Delmar,” Joe Edwards, and his daughter, Hope, for their newest project, the Peacock Loop Diner, we were immediately on board. Opening very soon (October 2014), the Peacock Loop Diner will be a colorful addition to the vibrant Loop neighborhood. The 1,800-pound, 11-foot neon sign has already seen to that!
Our design team was able to get a little extra creative throughout the site and use a brighter section of the color wheel. We needed to create something that was as colorful and quirky as our client!
A few of my favorite elements include the icons on the homepage that twinkle, stir and more on hover. The soon-to-be-revealed menu has an awesome user-experience from desktop to mobile. The amazing food photography by Hope really helped make this site pop.
My favorite design element has to be the hamburger menu. How awesome is it to have a hamburger menu that’s an actual hamburger?! Check it out for yourself and be sure to grab a spiked milkshake once they open!
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