French Toast

 

French Toast is a delightful little restaurant that is located at 161 E. Bethel Street in Bourbonnais. Owner Heather Lavine describes it as “a gourmet restaurant without the gourmet price.”

I created the French Toast site on a CMS to ensure that the maintenance of their online presence would disturb the fast paced environment of the kitchen. Meeting with Heather, the head cook and staff, I took their vision and direction with me into the final product. After taking all the photography on location during hours of normal operation, I developed the site with a fully customizable menu that is easy to update. I even got to sample some of the delicious foods myself, and let me tell you: It looks good, but it tastes excellent! All that you see on the site is what you get when you sit down for a meal at this top notch gourmet restaurant!

 

About Me

David GioveI graduated with a BS in Art, specializing in Commercial Graphics and Digital Production, while minoring in Computer Science. I have seven years experience in web design working in a higher education IT department, with the role of designer/developer for the web team. I offer personal research and design based on your field, profession, personality, and style.

I enjoying being both designer and programmer, where my creative artistry combined with my technical knowledge converge to form a bridge between two ideologies that are often misunderstood by one another.

Education

BS in Art, Majoring in Commercial Graphics & Digital Production, Minoring in Computer Science at Olivet Nazarene University from 2001 – 2006

Employment

Designer & Web Developer at Olivet Nazarene University from July 2004 – Present

Designer & Web Developer at Image Group Photography from 2009 – 2010

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If you have any questions concerning design or web development that you would like to have answered, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I would really enjoy meeting up and talking through the details of a project that you would like to see realized and implemented!