over 5 years ago from Thanasis Rig, UI Designer @European Commission

  • Andy StoneAndy Stone, over 5 years ago

    I totally understand if people don't enjoy this direction, but I think it's fun and does a great job as a "shareable" site. Living in Colorado (and being in design), I've had this site sent to me about a dozen times and I've visited them to check it out.

    For those of you saying they need more information and photos, I don't think I agree with that anymore. Through social channels, Google Places, Yelp, etc, there are enough photos, maps, directions, hours, and reviews on other sites. If you Google "Bardo Coffee" you'll learn everything you need about them if this site doesn't already convince you to go.

    Or think about it this way: if they just had a "fine" looking Squarespace site with top-down photos of lattes and a showcase of some subway-tile on the walls, would you ever remember it or would it just feel like everyone else?

    P.S. Looks great on the phone, ha.

    9 points