Sushi Run AR

Sushi Run Spicy Tuna 3 Main

SUSHI RUN AR

Media Used: Adobe XD | Adobe Illustrator 

This project was an app designed to allow people to order food from a restaurant using augmented reality. The product is called Sushi Run and the goal for this app is to allow people to use emerging technology to order food without having to be in the store, making it easy for both customers to enjoy the food they love while business owners are still able to earn money. Currently, this app is designed for a sushi restaurant but could easily be used for any company with a need to interact with their customers more closely. This app is controlled by the users’ voice and guides them through the different sections in order to make the product easy to use.

The Problem Space

When customers are unable to go to restaurants business owners lose money. Companies need a way to engage with their customers in a way that is engaging but without too much difficulty.

The Target Audience

The target audience for this project is professionals. People who have busy schedules and cannot find the time to physically go to the places like restaurants that they usually like to go to.

The User Flow

Sushi Run User Flow Supp

The Solution

The solution was an app that would be used through AR glasses. It would be controlled via voice or touch and would make ordering food easy no matter where the user was. The app was designed to be as simple as possible so that making an order would would be quick.

Sources

Images by Woodendot, Landino, Fedulov and Youjeen Cho.

Sushi Run Menu Start Supp

App Screen

The Menu Screen

Sushi Run Salmon Avacado 2 Supp

App Screen

The Menu Item Screen

Sushi Run Icons Supp

App Icons

Sushi Run Spicy Tuna 3 Main

SUSHI RUN AR

Media Used: Adobe XD | Adobe Illustrator 

This project was an app designed to allow people to order food from a restaurant using augmented reality. The product is called Sushi Run and the goal for this app is to allow people to use emerging technology to order food without having to be in the store, making it easy for both customers to enjoy the food they love while business owners are still able to earn money. Currently, this app is designed for a sushi restaurant but could easily be used for any company with a need to interact with their customers more closely. This app is controlled by the users’ voice and guides them through the different sections in order to make the product easy to use.

The Problem Space

When customers are unable to go to restaurants business owners lose money. Companies need a way to engage with their customers in a way that is engaging but without too much difficulty.

The Target Audience

The target audience for this project is professionals. People who have busy schedules and cannot find the time to physically go to the places like restaurants that they usually like to go to.

The User Flow

Sushi Run User Flow Supp

The Solution

The solution was an app that would be used through AR glasses. It would be controlled via voice or touch and would make ordering food easy no matter where the user was. The app was designed to be as simple as possible so that making an order would would be quick.

Sources

Images by Woodendot, Landino, Fedulov and Youjeen Cho.

Sushi Run Menu Start Supp

App Screen

The Menu Screen

Sushi Run Salmon Avacado 2 Supp

App Screen

The Menu Item Screen

Sushi Run Icons Supp

App Icons

Sushi Run Spicy Tuna 3 Main

SUSHI RUN AR

Media Used: Adobe XD | Adobe Illustrator 

This project was an app designed to allow people to order food from a restaurant using augmented reality. The product is called Sushi Run and the goal for this app is to allow people to use emerging technology to order food without having to be in the store, making it easy for both customers to enjoy the food they love while business owners are still able to earn money. Currently, this app is designed for a sushi restaurant but could easily be used for any company with a need to interact with their customers more closely. This app is controlled by the users’ voice and guides them through the different sections in order to make the product easy to use.

The Problem Space

When customers are unable to go to restaurants business owners lose money. Companies need a way to engage with their customers in a way that is engaging but without too much difficulty.

The Target Audience

The target audience for this project is professionals. People who have busy schedules and cannot find the time to physically go to the places like restaurants that they usually like to go to.

The User Flow

Sushi Run User Flow Supp

The Solution

The solution was an app that would be used through AR glasses. It would be controlled via voice or touch and would make ordering food easy no matter where the user was. The app was designed to be as simple as possible so that making an order would would be quick.

Sources

Images by Woodendot, Landino, Fedulov and Youjeen Cho.

Sushi Run Menu Start Supp

App Screen

The Menu Screen

Sushi Run Salmon Avacado 2 Supp

App Screen

The Menu Item Screen

Sushi Run Icons Supp

App Icons

SUSHI RUN AR

Media Used: Adobe XD | Adobe Illustrator 

This project was an app designed to allow people to order food from a restaurant using augmented reality. The product is called Sushi Run and the goal for this app is to allow people to use emerging technology to order food without having to be in the store, making it easy for both customers to enjoy the food they love while business owners are still able to earn money. Currently, this app is designed for a sushi restaurant but could easily be used for any company with a need to interact with their customers more closely. This app is controlled by the users’ voice and guides them through the different sections in order to make the product easy to use.

The Problem Space

When customers are unable to go to restaurants business owners lose money. Companies need a way to engage with their customers in a way that is engaging but without too much difficulty.

The Target Audience

The target audience for this project is professionals. People who have busy schedules and cannot find the time to physically go to the places like restaurants that they usually like to go to.

The User Flow

The Solution

The solution was an app that would be used through AR glasses. It would be controlled via voice or touch and would make ordering food easy no matter where the user was. The app was designed to be as simple as possible so that making an order would would be quick.

Sources

Images by Woodendot, Landino, Fedulov and Youjeen Cho.

App Screen

The Menu Screen

App Screen

The Menu Item Screen

App Icons

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