"Hw would you recommend branding the iPad menu experience to keep it as closely tied to the concept, trade dress, branding etc., to avoid turning the restaurant into "the iPad place?". How could you exploit the iPad technology to further…"
"What would a restaurant friendly iPad enclosure look like? Any of us can go and buy covers at the Apple Store or Target... But what would a restaurant quality enclosure look? It would have to be protective and sanitizable... What else?"
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