I was delighted to be asked to redesign the Jack Meades Bar & Beer Garden website. We originally designed the site over 5 years ago before responsive design became mainstream. The site was indexing well on Google but wasn’t mobile friendly so I was chuffed to be asked to redesign the site by Liam Hartley and bring it up to date.
Liam wanted more traditional colours for the site too and a more striking logo so we went for black on white with a little red motif using the traditional lettering from the old logo and a red menu bar to perhaps reflect the extensive hurling tradition of the area.
The site is clean and crisp and a lot more striking now, and as per usual clutter free. We want the site audience to get the information they need without fuss.
The site is built with wordpress so came with blog/news by default and the slider we used brings you through the grounds from the famous tunnel at Halfway house, around the grounds to see the extensive facility including the old bar, the main bar and beer garden, the kids playground and the historic lime kiln and beautiful grounds.
Well wear lads!