Chih-Wei Hsu


The conceptual restaurant website "OFFICE FOODY" offers users a new experience of ordering their meal via the Internet.

Through this website, the restaurant is allowed to receive customer's order and start to prepare their food immediately. Just like sometimes, we make an order when waiting in the long line during rush hour, this time the users can make an order simply in their office.

Besides, by designing the 2D visual environment based on a restaurant metaphor, the users can not only make their orders, but also customize their favorite setting. Furthermore, the reservation and E-mail interlace in the website are designed to enhance the convenience for users when they go for a meal during rush hour.

The notion of creating OFFICE FOODY is " come to the restaurant and enjoy your meal in a second." This website can help users to deal with all the bothersome process during lunch hour before they reach the restaurant.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Web sites-Design; Web site development; Restaurants--Interactive multimedia--Design; Computer graphics--Design

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School of Design (CIAS)


Chris Jackson

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Dan Deluna

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Jason Arena


Physical copy available from RIT's Wallace Library at TK5105.888 .H78 2008


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