Cilentreé was created with a team of University of Toronto computer science students, as an entry to the CONNECT: Student Design Competition. We were tasked with identifying a problem in our everyday lives, and develop a way to improve it. We decided that we had enough with guessing what was in our fridge whenever grocery shopping, and knew that there was a better way. We protoyped, user tested, and finally implemented the front end of a system of concept smart food containers.
Throughout the process, I was heavily involved in the development. I created the user interface that was proven the most effective through our user testing. Screens from rough sketches were then converted to high quality mockup screenshots, and compiled into a functional prototype.