This website will be for a small Ethiopian cuisine restaurant located in the CBD. The website will include the many different cultural foods and beverages offered at the restaurants as well as allowing people to order food online and book seatings making it accessible for everyone.
My client (abraha) was a professional cook back in his home country, only migrated to Australia 2 years ago he believed he could become just as relevant as he was back in Ethiopia, opening a small Ethiopian restaurant called Ethiopian Food village. With 10 years’ experience under his belt in the food industry, he aims to showcase the people of Brisbane how tasteful and unique Ethiopian food really is. With the iconic coffee from Ethiopia, he hopes to expand his love for his culture’s foods and beverages. To achieve this Abraha wishes to create an effective website which allows customers to order food, Seat bookings and most importantly showcase the plethora of foods which he has to offer.
With the creation of the website Abraha wishes to expand his name and Ethiopian food village creating a diversified community within his business, where he feels right at home. Abrahas goals for his website is to have a pleasing website which is easy to read and navigate around also having his native language throughout the website.
The homepage of the website will include a slide show of the foods and culture photos with a description of the business as well as the maps’ location of the business. Being a navigable website, it will include a header nav-bar consisting of 6 different nav-bars. Also consisting of website links to link to different websites such as social media Facebook, Instagram etc. The website will consist a maximum of 10 pages. The website will be accessible and user friendly for all devices pc or phones.
As the budget for the company grows more updates such as customer review, on time delivery tracking can be implemented in the future however due to budget constraints these will not be implemented.
The main demographic for the site will be east-Africans as they have grown up to eat Ethiopian food during their childhood, which is why having some native language writing throughout the website is important. Another main demographic is tourists and visitors as they are more likely to consume different foods Brisbane has to offer. This having a mobile friendly website is important as it is unlikely for them to own a computer while visiting Brisbane. Which will mean seat bookings and food pre-orders will be a major focus.
Quality-of-service Requirements: Updates of website such as video links, information like seat bookings and food orders is vital so business can run in an operational manner. So when a particular food or booking is unavailable customers and users are informed without the need of going through issues so the website can contain its effectiveness.
Functional Requirements: Some functional requirements which are important which product should behave is when a user zooms in to be to see clearly or clicks on video, no glitches on websites should occur which is why having a simple yet pleasing website without overloading is an important requirement on the website.No Fields Found.