Years ago, I didn’t understand what designing websites for accessibility really meant. I thought that accessibility guidelines would only benefit a few users, that they would introduce unsatisfying design limitations, and that following them would take more time and money.
If you’re interested in barbecues, hunting, or any other carnivorous activity, then the newest Alley-built site is for you. Last week Zero Point Zero productions launched the redesigned and rebuilt TheMeatEater.com to add to its showcase of food-focused sites like Food Republic and Mind of a Chef and Alley was proud to bring the site to life.
If you missed episodes of the Meat Eater television show on the Sportsman Channel, you’ll be able to catch up and watch them on TheMeatEater.com. You can also listen to podcasts featuring host Steven Rinella and special guests. And whether your tastes lean towards hamburgers, bear bacon, venison, or squirrel, you’ll be able to use the site’s recipe section to find tips on preparing tasty meals from almost any animal.
Alley’s design team created a new look and feel for the site, organizing episodes, podcasts, recipes, and other information into easily-digestible parts. Our development team created a simpler interface for TheMeatEater.com editors to use, allowing them to spend less time in front of the screen and more time out on the range. And TheMeatEater.com is fully compatible with Google’s new AMP initiative, so expect a clean and fast experience on mobile devices.
Congratulations to TheMeatEater.com team for a delicious launch.