Meat.ly is a note-taking application for visually recording animals users have eaten. It includes a basic database design for categorizing animals, note storage, and a point/reward system.

There has been an increased interest in the food we eat and where it comes from. Witness foodie culture, the rapid spread of international cuisine into major cities, fusion restaurants and farm to table restaurants. When attempting to record information, most food tracking applications I found lacked focused features or were little better than “text dumps” that do not allow users to visualize that information well. Meat.ly became an application to accomplish this and introduce a fun game system to keep users interested beyond logging meal details.


User Research
Visual Design
Game Design
User Testing