This mobile app offers cocktail recipes in a new way. The cocktail is prepared on the user’s smartphone step by step using videos to get the feeling of creating a drink right in his hand. Additionally, this technique offers the possibility of determining the preparation’s speed according to his experience or preferences: steps can be skipped or the whole recipe can be seen at once. By simply unfolding the desired cocktail in the menu, the user can see which ingredients are needed and with one touch he can add them to a shopping list. Besides the shopping list function, the app offers a favorite and an equipment area that allows the user to save his favorite recipes and specify which equipment is required to prepare a cocktail. These features together with the new way of instruction should distinguish this app from other recipe platforms and strongly improve the user experience.
Lena Lengner & Mara Heemskerk
Tentventure is an online travel guide, where the user can find information in different categories about how to travel. It focusses on outdoor traveling, which comprises topics like finding a travel buddy, camping in a tent or a camper van, cooking, gathering the right equipment or finding the perfect destination for your adventure.
»Grab your tent and go!« is the fitting slogan of the outdoor travel guide. The whole idea is to develop this website in an easily changeable and expandable way so it can be an always growing project for the future. With the lookalike of the logo and the layout of the website, a unique corporate identity for our brand is created.
Cloud Atlas is a guide that offers knowledge about the weather in an interactive way. Users can learn what kind of clouds exist. The user can change environmental restrictions and change the weather by doing so. The website has four control sliders. Each of them has an important value to control the sky. The four values are wind velocity, time of day, humidity and temperature. All control sliders react to each other to simulate the interplay of the four forces.
Claire Baumanns & Ann-Kathrin Kleier
»How to aupair « is a website from aupairs to aupairs. It provides a lot of information and tips for future aupairs. To achieve a personal feeling on the site all headlines are written in lowercase letters. Pictures are taken by the students themselves during their stay as an aupair in the USA. Travel-quotations should raise the desire to travel and experience what the quotes are about.
Strapple is the seasonal fruits’ guide which contains useful information about different fruits, their nutrition value, and vitamin content. The name »Strapple« includes a combination of strawberry and apple. Along with the basic information, Strapple provides a seasonal calendar, where users can select a month and see which fruits are recommended to buy this month. The Strapple Guide also offers tips on how to choose fruits on the market. Moreover, the guide shows delicious smoothies recipes. The presented fruits can be interactively turned around. The student used 3D-Photography to show them from all sides.