BentoGo | Interaction Design
Individual project presented in 4 weeks | 2014
Project completed in the course “Interaction Design Lab” under the instruction of Brian Staszel
This piece of interaction programming demonstrates how users choose different categories of food. By clicking the icons, users can move the food they want, to the bento box. If they want more than what they usually have, they can also click the edit icon to add more categories. If they don’t want a category of food, they can simply put it back. The rest of the food will fill up.
VIDEO SKETCH | INTERACTION
Before the final programming, a video sketch is created. This shows a more complete version of the design. There are four main functions in this app: choosing ingredients; choosing dishes; cooking time alerts; and a cooking guide that helps users cook several dishes at the same time. This video is a rough sketch, but it serves the goal of choosing an interesting part to program.
VIDEO SKETCH | SCENARIO
To better communicate the value of this design, a video sketch of the purposed scenario is created. In this video, BentoGo is an app that can be used in a kitchen wall or in a mobile phone.