A responsive web application that incorporates UX research and follows a mobile-first approach, created as a personal project. This app is dedicated to assisting users in discovering new recipes using the ingredients available in their kitchen.
Meet Scott, a Teaching Assistant at The University of Oregon, currently working toward a Master's degree in environmental science. Outside of his academic commitments, he actively tends to a plot in his local community garden and diligently composts any food waste generated. His primary goal is to discover fresh, sustainable recipes that allow him to utilize the vegetables he cultivates in his garden fully.
Introducing Courtney, a stay-at-home mom with a Bachelor's Degree in Art History, striving to create cherished kitchen memories with her two boys. Her challenge is crafting fresh, kid-friendly meals from a limited list of ingredients, resulting in repetitive grocery shopping and wastage. She's eager to discover creative recipes to reinvigorate their cooking routine.
Say hi to Ellie, a full-time waitress who's juggling her work with attending her local community college after earning her GED. She's new to independent living and is eager to discover methods for prolonging the freshness of her food. With a packed schedule due to school and work, Ellie is seeking quick and easy meal ideas that make the most of the ingredients already in her kitchen. Her ultimate goal is to adopt healthier eating habits while also saving money by reducing the waste of fresh groceries.
Love the color palette, which provides calming vibes.
Spacing and alignments work well.
Elements should align with the edges of images.
Nice and clean.
Pops of color on the white background accent elements nicely.
Too many search bars.
Unsure what the filter buttons stand for.
Margins are too small on larger screens.
Recipe images need “more room to breathe”.