Besides being active or looking at their phones humans eat. A lot. And to track what you had is hard. There are smart forks, sensors, and apps. Usually with manual input. There is no magic in punching fats and carbs in a table.
Food box providers, canteens, or restaurants already have all food data. Why not share it?
Unite food tracking with lunch boxes and canteens
Excluding cases when a doctor has to guide the patient, I am talking about people with a desire to have a healthier life.
A potential customer of the service may look for a canteen or lunch box service, which provides food data. Data tracked via Health.app. Maps can show restaurants that provide food data.
As soon as the place has been found the client has all information about the menu, portions, carb, calories, fats, etc. Menu and portions suggestions based on lifestyle, sports goals, and allergies.
When a client buys food via the app or pays on a cash desk, data immediately transferred to the phone. If the client does not finish the meal – the record may be removed from the list.
At the end of the week data combined into a report. This approach may help to bring more customers to stores, predict food supply, and make people’s lives better.
You can disable tab previews in debug menu.
Allow access to Full Disk for Terminal
Go to Settings > Security & Privacy > Privacy
Restart the Mac
Type in Terminal
defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeInternalDebugMenu 1
and Launch Safari
Unselect Show Tab Preview on Hover
In Tab Features > Show Tab Preview on Hover remove the check mark
To hide Debug menu type in Terminal
UI and operations
1 – move left / right
2 – zoom forward / backward
3 – rotate
Alt + L click – rotate around the point
Alt + R click – zoom to the point
Alt + Scroll wheel – move around
View > Fame default — to reset to standard view
Layout > Start up — to reset UI
S – move fast to the object
H – show the whole scene
Red – X axis
Blue – Z axis
Green – Y axis
To return to the center of the coordinates: position should be 0,0,0 and Apply
E – Move
T – Scale
R – Rotate
CMD + click – to copy/clone elements
W – to switch between coordinate systems
I got my recipe to understand truly moving film, song, book or animation.
They encourage or even make to take your own journey. Inspire not to copy chacaters, action or story but to go your way. And follow what is important.
March collection inspired by sitting at home, dreaming of travelling and going out again.
To your years: Sinners Grin by Ivy, Paper trails by Darkside , Chance! by Peppertones and more.
Enjoy the collection on Spotify. Suitable for a commute or travelling on foot. For Apple Music use Convertify to get the playlist.
Amsterdam begins with the classic European navigation system in the airport:
Yellow signs lead to way out:
There is a nice touch with the black icons on a white background. Check how circle transforms into a tall rounded rectangle:
In the city, there are tons of beautiful signs and typography. Numbers on houses:
Signs on walls:
Signs on bridges:
Road signs usually mounted to walls and not placed on poles. The city is saving up space on narrow streets:
Another heaven for signs and typography is metro:
The digital timetable on a platform:
Small but neat map inside metro cars. Blueline M52 goes to the other side of the canal. That’s why it’s made longer. Tho, there is no channel on the map:
Railway like metro has blue navigation signs:
On the inside, the Central Station signs changes to black and yellow. Also, the amazing clock:
Moving to public transport. Amsterdam has one of the most advanced tram stops in Europe. First is a digital timetable:
Cute and helpful ticket machines:
When a tram arrives at the stop-animation informs passengers about the incoming vehicle:
On simple stops there is a LED timetable:
Visit Amsterdam for some design fun! Read Design Travel Guide about Amsterdam with food, museums and to do suggestions.
The task: “How would you approach redesign of the Kiwi.com search flow to address a complex door-to-door itineraries? Count with various types of transportation, still offer a good search experience”. Before starting with Sketch and other design tools I made some preparation.
What is door-to-door travelling?
In my ideal world it looks like this:
Leaving my place in Prague and after some time end up standing in front of hotel door. And I don’t want to warry about want happens in bettwen A and B. I want the technology to plan and book all parts of the journey for me.
And between A and B happens quite a lot:
- Flights (airports)
- Local transport
- Goal of travelling
My plan for a trip to Helsinki conference
What about business and audience?
In my openion Kiwi’s business model is based on people’s desire to have cheap flights and high level of customization. I created a TRIZ system to explain what motivates people to use Kiwi services, what fears they have and how the company makes money.
This lead me to a conclucssuon, that Kiwi’s current audince Hardcore travellers, nomads and students. Those people are not afaraid of discomfort of losing time or repetition of security clearance and rechecking of bags.
With that idea in mind I summed up the answer to Kiwi’s question:
Door-to-door travelling — the transition from A to B (and back to A) with transportation, accommodation and activities in between will be taken care of. Ideally, it will be pre-purchased or booked.
Solution – seamless travelling
The whole process is broken into several parts. Client start with selecting a flight, then possible layover. Next are accomodation and transfer. And as a charry on a top – food, because after a long flight people probblably will be hungry.
When booking transfer, food or layover the client has an option to decline the offer and move to a next step. While making a transfer map transforms into convenient helper shoing the route and time.
Services are piling into the “cart” and showing estimated price of the whole trip on the top. This helps to stay on the budget. A any point client can retuen back to any point of their jorney and change it. All this creates seamless booking experince.
Home page – discover more
Updated main page
After any trip is done the home page can be changed according to a budget and last trips. Easch image is a quick link to purchasing the door-to-door trip.
Social networks help share experience and promote trips. Also travellers can create their own trips and share selections and seasonal lists.
Adventures – what will be next?
The goal is set for every trip trip. Boring booking transportation and accommodation are taken care of leaving clients only to choose what they what to do in their next trip.
Design improves people’s standards of living. In addition, design helps to increase value of products. That is why entrepreneurs turn to designers for help. And designers help consumers to find products and services which they truly like.
That’s what we do.
The issues with modern designers that they like to move pixels and style them. Not everyone of course, but some treat design only as a stylistic discipline. Currently, there is a neomorphism train rushing ahead. However, does it worth your time?
This is a classic Gmail look. List of mails, sidebar, navigation and buttons:
Next, a new look. Red compose button got bigger, stylish navigation and chat:
And a neomorphism UI by Khushboo Choudhary. It looks modern and hip.
There are no changes to how Gmail functioning and how clients’ read and write emails. I believe stylistic changes does not deserve time we spend on them. Changing a style will not significantly affect how the product brings benefits to the customer.
A new colour for buttons will bring less customer compared to the integration with Apple Pay, for example.
A new style is only showing off and adding a value to the service. The new design is beneficial, helpful to customers and solve problems.