AIMG Designs CMS & Mobile Website for Rat’s Restaurant at Grounds For Sculpture

Having designed the new website for Grounds For Sculpture, AIMG was once again asked by the Hamilton, New Jersey art park to design a new content management system (CMS) website for its restaurant located at the park. Conceptually designed by sculptor Seward Johnson, the Rat’s Restaurant transports guests back in time to Claude Monet’s beloved town of Giverny. It is named after the character ‘Ratty’ from Grahame’s classic ‘The Wind in the Willows,’ and features Johnson’s impressionist-inspired sculptures.

“The restaurant is really a magical experience for guests,” said Joe DeMicco, CEO & Founder of AIMG. “We wanted to create a website design that conveyed its unique atmosphere while at the same time offering the client the functionality and ease of maintenance they required.”

The custom designed CMS website is built on a flexible architecture that allows for additional functionality to be added as needed. The site features an interactive gallery, an integrated cart solution to allow for the sale of dining gift cards, and a third-party online reservation service. To accommodate the use of handheld devices such as smartphones and tablets, a mobile version of the site was also designed that brings the kind of information typically needed by a mobile user, such as directions, maps, reservations, menus, and events, to the forefront of the user experience. Both the desktop and mobile versions of the website are easily managed from the same secure admin, making it easy for the client to keep website content consistent by eliminating the need to update two systems.

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