Gone are the days where Sketch’s website has a boring and bland design. Restaurant sites usually contain pictures of the food that is offered and the setting of the restaurant. In the case of Sketch’s website, it changed from a generic design with the photos and a menu to an interactive design where visitors can play around with neon, food, grass, and much more! Sketch is a restaurant in Mayfair, London famed for its elegant and flamboyant interior design that attracts anyone interested in afternoon tea or those looking for an elegant evening dinner. It displays a wide array of David Shrigley’s artwork who designed the tableware that is used in the restaurant. The restaurant houses five dining rooms can be visualized and interacted with on the website. Because of the quirky and fun activities, each name gives an idea of the setting for each dining room. Dining Rooms The East Bar & Pods. The Gallery. The Glade. The Lecture Room & Library. The Parlour. HATO brilliantly displays each room in an interactive fashion. Through a series of mini-games represented by floating 3D models that describes what the place offers or presents, you could grasp the general idea in fun yet informative way. It serves as a service to the costumers that they could play around before booking for a specific room and date. Contents of the Website HATO created the website through the use of a typeface referred to as MAD. The overall interface made it unique amongst the rest of the competitors and turned a simple task such as booking a restaurant easier. If you visit The Parlour section of the website, it will take you into a new enclosed dimension of painted faces and colorful flowers where you can draw anything with a neon brush to brighten up the enclosed room. The drawn neon sign would float around inside the cube. It’s a whole new level of expressing artistic talent even though you the sole purpose of visiting the website is to book a reservation. Another interesting and informative section of the website is the info section where it displays a short poem describing the ambiance of the room and what to expect from it. The info also provides the availability of the room complete with the specific hours it would be open and the weekdays along with the weekends. The website is not only all about booking a reservation, but it also offers the following services that could be found on the lower left portion: Social media links. Recruitment details. Philanthropy and the humanitarian deeds they provided. A shop where you could purchase a gift card or David Shrigley ceramics. Art shows. Private dining only available for you! It’s not easy to find innovative and interactive websites, especially restaurant sites. If you’re looking for something to work on or express your artistic side all the while looking for lunch or dinner, this website is the place to be.