Here is the link to my final project on Storify:
I am producing this project individually. I will be doing it for Whole Foods, and I want to introduce upscale, fast-food restaurants. I have not finished thinking of the name yet, but it will be something creative, yet still linking back to the Whole Foods name. They will be like Panera, but have all local ingredients and a wide variety of vegan, vegetarian, and other foods. I want to “create” an iPhone app that says what the menu is because it will change according to the seasons. It will also have an option to see how long the line is at the moment. I will create an Instagram and Twitter to announce offers and sweepstakes.
Everyone knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is a time to refuel our bodies and recharge for the day. That is why I picked some of my favorite superfood breakfast recipes that I have found to share with you. They will help you get through your morning yoga class or just get through your day. Enjoy!
Spring has (almost) sprung…at least it has here at LF! Here’s some outfit inspiration so you can jump into spring stylishly.
Official LF Blog
Need help with meal planning this week? We’ve gathered a week’s worth of our favorite vegetarian recipes for you to enjoy. Made with some of the best and nutritious ingredients, these dishes are sure to be a hit. Happy meal planning!
For more ideas and food inspiration, visit Whole Story: The official Whole Foods Market Blog.
The User Experience for the brand Anthropologie’s website was overall clear, easy, and enjoyable. Anthropologie is a women’s clothing and home goods store. So, when people visit its website, they expect to see clothing, shoes, accessories, home goods, etc. on the front page. Anthropologie lists these above the fold on the front page, which makes for a functional and easy user experience. Although there is no creative “wow factor” on Anthropologie’s website, it is extremely functional and intuitive. It contains the Findability factor because the search button is clearly situated above the fold on the front page. It also contains the accessibility and desirability qualities. Anthropologie has a mobile app that people can download and use when they need it, and it is extremely easy to navigate so it is accessible to all different people. It contains the desirability quality because people want to use it because it is a pleasant experience. On the front page, they showcase the latest arrivals with pleasant pictures. People who immediately want or desire these items can easily click one of the following links: “Shop the February Lookbook,” “Our Latest Arrivals in the Liveliest of Colors,” “Vibrant Dresses,” and “See What’s New.” By doing this, Anthropologie sets up a pleasant experience for online shoppers, which ultimately leads to purchases. Anthropologie also does a great job with keeping its website simple. There is a lot of white, empty space and the links above the fold are kept to a minimum in plain, simple language. When I scrolled to the bottom of the page, there was all the information that people could want, including contact information, links to social media, customer service, careers, information “about us,” etc. Overall, it was a great user experience.