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October 28, 2020

Reviewing the FIRST limber website…

Lately, we’ve been reviewing UX design, and as a team who aren’t afraid of a little self deprecation, we couldn’t let this series pass without taking a look at one of limber's very early websites from April 2017 (we’re already cringing).
October 19, 2020

Apps and ordering systems to tackle table service

This week we’re turning the attention of our review series to apps and ordering systems to help you tackle table service. If the 10pm curfew wasn’t damaging enough, pubs and restaurants can no longer serve customers at the bar, and for many, this is unfamiliar territory and a brand new challenge.
October 14, 2020

limber reviews UX design – Caper and Cure edition

You guys have been loving our new review series so we’ve decided to devote a whole extra month to it. The week, we’ve decided to look a little closer to home and review Caper and Cure, a fantastic independent kitchen-bar in the heart of Stokes Croft.
October 7, 2020

The best booking platforms during Covid-19

With such a saturated market, and so many jumping on the hospitality tech bandwagon, how can you choose a booking platform that's both effective and good value for money? To help you find the right one for you, this week, we turn the attention of our review series to online booking platforms.
September 24, 2020

limber reviews UX design – The Walnut edition

Covid-19 has seen the restaurant industry experience a major digital shift, with many adopting better technologies to adapt to new challenges. As technology becomes increasingly necessary for survival, having a website that's both easy to use and attractive to look at, is more important than ever.
September 17, 2020
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A review of the most unreasonable Tripadvisor reviews during Covid19…

This month, we’re reviewing everything from responses to bad reviews to A boards - and this week it’s the Covid-19 edition!
September 16, 2020

How to write the perfect A-board

Drawing in customers is an essential part of running your business at the best of times. But, with lower footfall than we’re used to, now is a brilliant time to up your A board or signage game. To give you some inspiration, as well as a solid example of how not to do it (see no#5), we're reviewing A-boards!
September 2, 2020

How to handle bad reviews

This month, we decided to review some of the best (and worst) ways to deal with reviews - hopefully shedding some light on the dark art of dealing with pesky keyboard warriors.
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