Fresh KDS: There is a fixed navigation menu on the left. The ticket length is determined by order size, and the top header is tightened with information.
Lightspeed Kitchen: Tickets are displayed in a clean grid view, showing the table name or order type, receipt ID and elapsed time inside the header.
The purpose of this video demo is to demonstrate how the container handles overflow content within a ticket. Additionally, it illustrates how content rearranges when switched to items view from orders view.
The video (at 1.5x speed) shows how tickets are stacked horizontally and then vertically (masonry style) as they enter the station. Orders expand as new items are added and turn red to notify the user.
1. The clip above shows how a user can quickly switch between different kitchen stations: pizza, sushi, packer, and all.
This clip shows when the user taps on each order ticket to view more information. Also when the user switches from “orders” to “items” view and from active to completed orders.