Pictograms, designed by Allan & Hsu Li (Not pictured in two images below):
Recipes were sourced from various sources online, and we took extra care to make sure the dishes we featured had ingredients that provided health benefits that might be particularly beneficial/ relevant to a student lifestyle i.e. Salmon helps one sleep better and is known to reduce incidence of depression and hostility in young adults. These facts are featured as bite-sized fun- facts within the recipes.
Also, we re-worked the recipes to involve just 5 ingredients, and a min. of 3 seasonings, to simplify the cooking process.
Below are links to the original recipes we interpreted from:
First draft of recipe cards:
The design was further revised to incorporate coloured pictograms.
Revisions after Session 2 Feedback
Issues with hierarchy raised in Session 2 have been looked into and amended accordingly. The ingredients are now framed and contained within a box, visually identifying them as a single unit, and improving the visual hierarchy. More space and slight change in size to the logo also allowed the title of the dish to stand out as the first thing to look at.
Instructions for the prep and cooking process have also been streamlined.
Web versions have also been created, everything centrally aligned, in vertical orientation, to allow ease of scrolling up and down on a virtual interface. The website can be accessed here.
Promotional Posters for putting up around school:
Poster artwork for Steam Team launch and subsequent sessions. To align with the visual branding of the rest of the material, a similar layout to the recipe cards was used, and a singular graphic indicating the main ingredient of the dish of the next steam-team session used as promotional material.