Savor is an application that is meant to guide users in their meal plan development by taking into account elements like family size, budget and dietary preferences. The application will allow users to pick the meals that they intend to make over a certain amount of time, and it will show users the exact portions and ingredients that will be required, in addition to cost. This will allow users to make informed decisions about their meals. The students have been working to put together the initial web application by leveraging modern technologies such as React and Firebase.
- Kari Everson (UI/UX Design + Brand Design)
- Diran Shahrik (Founder)
- Yunhan (Hannah) Huang (Technical + Development)
- Nathalie Ye (Technical + Development)
- Alex Doval (Technical + Development)
- Andrew Eramo (Technical + Development)
Wireframing, Visual Design, Logo Design, Prototyping, Supporting Front-End, Final Presentation, User Accessibility, Brand Design
Tools and Resources
Savor is aiming to solve the problem of food waste. According to the Food and Drug Admin: 30–40 percent of the food supply is wasted and that corresponds to approximately 133 billion pounds and $161 billion worth of food.
Water: 1.3 Billion tons of food per year = 45 trillions of gallons of water
Methane Gas: 20 % of greenhouse gas emissions
Oil: Help grow, transport, store, and cook food
Land: 900 million hectares of non-arable land for producing meat
Savor is an application that maximizes each ingredient purchased by the consumer by using increments of each item purchased in multiple recipes.
Savor Breakdown/COVID-19 Impact
Maximizes use of each ingredient purchased
Schedules meals based on customers budget
Everything used after weekly meal plan
User can select their own preferences
Charting of how each ingredient is being used
US unemployment has reached 26.4 Million
American Income levels will reduce
People will become more home bodies
American budgets for food consumption will rise
Related Mobile Applications
When looking at other current food user interfaces such as Blue Apron and looking into their systems and applications they have set an easy user interface for users to choose meals easily in memberships as well as setting an easy iconic brand.
Focuses on an easy user interface like Blue Apron to help users generate meals within budget as well as be able to remember the company by the identity.
Creating and setting the identity and brand to emulate what product is all about.
Maintaining the key design elements from the new set SAVOR identity and brand.
Designing a contemporary, user-friendly mobile interface with clear navigation, similar to other food companies.
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