Group 1

  • Pac-Man icon isn't like a button, should be more like one? Bigger?
  • Pictures?
  • When you click on any of the restaurants, automatically likes it? (Buggy behavior)
  • Should probably have a map for Restaurants
  • Swiping to navigate from page to page as opposed to tapping? (Gestures, can jQuery mobile do it?)
  • Ryo: Just want to track what I've been eating, that's what the like/ate feature will do for him
  • “Evernote for restaurants”?
  • Pictures make a huge difference for food
    • COLOR – Red and yellow, orange; NOT blue
    • FOOD PR0N
    • User-provided photos?
    • Get people to submit photos but giving them an incentive (contest?)
  • I'm at Coupa Cafe, what should I order? What have my friends liked? What have they eaten here and what have they said about it?
    • Nearby, geolocation information and integration?
  • X amount of people ate it, but only Y amount of people liked it → Give users that information?
  • Color-coding the menu items based on its popularity, likes, ates, etc.
  • Nutrition...?
  • Keep track of prices and how much you've been spending on food?
  • Showing what the general public likes/ate vs what your friends like/ate
  • Might be more interesting to see what people have liked as opposed to what they have eaten
  • In situ, test it at Ike's
  • See comments on menu item pages?
    • Should also show a date
  • Pages sliding in weird directions, should look into this (freakin' jQuery Mobile)
  • Clicking on a restaurant menu item should go to the menu item, not to “Like”
  • Awesome/Not Awesome
    • They weren't clear on what it was about. They were thinking, “Wait, I just liked this item, why do I have to say it's awesome or not awesome?” They didn't recognize that it was to tell the engine if they like the recommendation or not
  • Titanium porting to iPhone

Group 2

  • I ate this button is not good wording
  • Use case: I wonder what I should eat?
  • Ate button is not really a button (it seems)
  • clicking on an item takes you to a like instead of ate, not intuitive
  • Purpose of app isn't necessarily clear for a new user