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Which Menu Design do you prefer?

Our mobile ordering technology offers multiple menu designs. However based on customer research, whilst customers do prefer to look at a menu with images cleanly laid out, it can be hard for shop owners who don't already have multiple images of every item, to add them into the app.

So at ORDRWare have come up with 3 brand new designs. Take a look and pick the one you prefer for your app.

Design 1: Modern Left

This is a modern clean design where the item image and text are on the right and the price is on the left. This works great for menus with images for every item.

Design 2: Modern Right

Like modern Left, this is a clean design with some key changes. The image is now on the right and the item text and price are on the left. This design works best where you have a menu with items for some images but not all, as items with no image default to "Design 3" which works in conjunction with this design.

Design 3: Just text

This Menu design is based on making text look as beautiful as possible. Clean and elegant, a key feature of this design is all of the item information such as the name, price and description are along with left. This makes it very easy for the eye to scan each item

So which design do you prefer for your custom mobile ordering app.

We'll leave that revenue generating choice, down to you.

Get in touch for a mobile ordering app custom made for your business.

ORDRWare team.


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