- Evernote FoodNot just another resource to find recipes, our goal for Evernote Food was to build an app that lets people create, be inspired, and remember their food experiences. I contributed as lead designer in a small but mighty team of just a handful of developers and a food-obsessed product manager.
- Explore RecipesHere users can browse a huge database of recipes (currently powered by Punchfork), and clip favorites.
- My CookbookRecipes you clip within Evernote Food are added to the My Cookbook section, and you can categorize which notebook to put these recipes in, add tags, and add any additional notes. What makes this section even better is Evernote automatically pulls in recipes that already exist in your Evernote account, so you can access them all in one place.
Search for restaurants by location, cuisine, or name. Create a saved list of places you want to try, and also a list of places you've enjoyed meals to remember where you've been or recommend to others.
- My Meals
This section was the entirety of Evernote Food 1.0. For version 2.0, we wanted to make meal notes more beautiful for their creators and those they are shared with, but keep them easy to make and update.
- On the iPad:
- First Launch ExperienceA quick overview of the new features before diving into the app.
- My Cookbook and My Meals SectionsBecause we allow users to browse and play with the app before they sign in, I needed to come up with a solution for the two sections which house user generated content.