About this Project:
Our students wanted to come up with a way to help people find quick and easy recipes to keep them happy and healthy. They realized that they often are unsure of what is healthy and unhealthy.
The app they designed allows people to choose a specific food item and find healthy recipes using that item.
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Feedback from the Judges:
Eric Lewis is the Engineer Of Things at Power Home Remodeling where he focuses on cyber security. He is also a Hacker, Programmer and Maker. Board member of DEFCON 610, a member of TOOOL, and 2600. When he is not breaking things, he likes to teach others programming, fixing, hacking and other useful skills.
Aurelia is a NYC-based UX designer, currently at Capital One Bank. After pivoting from a long career in graphic design, she currently uses her experience to work in the space where technology and humans meet. Aurelia is an enthusiastic champion for: the thrill of collaboration, the challenge of aligning stakeholder & user goals, data-driven problem solving and most importantly, leveraging design for social and environmental change.
I also appreciate that the whole team participated in the presentation and think using images can be a big draw (attraction) for users. Great job!
Katherine Moriwaki is Associate Professor of Media Design in the School of Art, Media and Technology at Parsons School of Design. Her work has been featured internationally in conferences, festivals, and museums around the world. Katherine is co-founder of the "Scrapyard Challenge" a workshop focused on creating electronic interactive objects out of found materials and junk. She is co-author of “Fashion and Technology: a Guide to Materials and Applications” published by Fairchild/Bloomsbury.
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