Yang Jinyun,Lin Yujia,Ma Han
Design Studio / Department
Three questions to the project team
What was the particular challenge of the project from a UX point of view?
From a user experience perspective, the special challenge of this project lies in the need to accurately record recipes without the user’s awareness. The user's deliberate behavior may change the parameters and cause the taste of the entire dish to change. Digua uses sensors and lenses to record recipes without the user's awareness, so that the taste of the recorded recipes is the most natural.
What was your personal highlight in the development process? Was there an aha!-moment, was there a low point?
During the development process, we once hesitated about the position of the switch. We hoped to find a more natural startup mode. We tried to place the switch button on the back, side, etc., but it always felt not good enough when using it. In the process of repeated prototype testing, we combined the power on and off with the adjustment of the screen, and started Digua while adjusting the screen to obtain a comfortable operating method.
Where do you see yourself and the project in the next five years?
We have been working on the design and development of Digua for the past five years. In the next five years, we will make better improvements based on feedback from the market. We believe Digua will better help chain restaurants unify their tastes and make their taste images more unified. I also believe that Digua will better help cooking enthusiasts record and share recipes, allowing them to share their delicious food better and faster.