Converting a former 4,000 sq. ft. auto-glass warehouse named Clyde’s into one of Chattanooga’s most unique restaurants was the first challenge. A challenge our client had successfully achieved with several other restaurant properties. Our challenge was to create a Website that offered customers the optimal mobile experience; was easy to navigate; and, through an easy-to-use CMS, would allow our client to quickly edit specific content areas, saving time and money.
We turned this assignment over to our talented Web design and development team—Grant Little, Senior Art Director, and Taylor Richards, Web Developer. The key was building a mobile-first platform which offered engaging content that captured the unique brand experience. In other words, it posed an irresistible invitation.
“Clyde’s On Main” was a step back in time, a reflection of the culture-setting ‘80s. A touch of Gen X and Gen Y that was family oriented by day and, unlike other local establishments, had a true nightlife scene with music weekends, ping pong tournaments and plenty of fun.
To bring this mix of culture and good times to life, we called on Sarah Smith, our gifted photographer and video producer. She set out to somehow combine and capture the three things that things that defined this unusual restaurant—the people, the place, and the food.
The result was a Website that’s easy to find, user friendly, simple to update and navigate, and conveys good food, good drinks and good times. We invite you to visit clydesonmain.com. We think you’ll find the food and the website irresistible.
Posted on Fri, April 29, 2016
by Monty Wyne