Recipes for cooking
Instructional design & interaction design
Home cooking
Britain has massive convenience food market
Time
Convenience
Choice
Low cooking skills
Marketing
Cooking is complex
Organisation
Planning
Juggling family preferences
Shopping/availability
Knowing what
Knowing how
Jamie
Perfect recipes
Security

Personal Chef

Success

Ambient Kitchen

Confidence

Happy Cooking
Panavi
Perfect recipes

Restriction of freedom
“Submission to the will of the recipe writers”
John Finn 2011
Study 1

Compare control vs segmented vs “complete”
24 cooks, 3 recipes, 72 sessions
control - as published
segmented
complete
Study 2

Control vs segmented vs “overview”
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Presentation to Food for Thought Workshop at DIS 2012, Newcastle. June 2012

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Recipes for cooking

  1. 1. Recipes for cooking Instructional design & interaction design
  2. 2. Home cooking Britain has massive convenience food market Time Convenience Choice Low cooking skills Marketing
  3. 3. Cooking is complex Organisation Planning Juggling family preferences Shopping/availability Knowing what Knowing how
  4. 4. Jamie
  5. 5. Perfect recipes Security Personal Chef Success Ambient Kitchen Confidence Happy Cooking Panavi
  6. 6. Perfect recipes Restriction of freedom “Submission to the will of the recipe writers” John Finn 2011
  7. 7. Study 1 Compare control vs segmented vs “complete” 24 cooks, 3 recipes, 72 sessions
  8. 8. control - as published
  9. 9. segmented
  10. 10. complete
  11. 11. Study 2 Control vs segmented vs “overview”
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