CookChat is designed to inspire you to cook and improve your skills by matching you with a partner to cook & eat together that fits your lifestyle.
Cooking is a fundamental skill for good health and very important for social development. However it might not be everyone's cup of tea and can be challenging.
This is even more true for people living alone, according to Dr Katherine an expert nutritionist. People consume much less in core food groups such as fruits and vegetables or fish, due to a lack of motivation and enjoyment in cooking. This often led to people preparing simple or ready-made meals lacking key nutrients.
However cooking and eating does not have to be a solo affair. CookChat is an online community where cooks find skills to learn and are matched with a chef to teach them. This is taught through in 1:1 interactions through video call or simply by chatting.
CookChat also has a online cooking store where it not only sell home cooked food made by chefs, but also any ingredients or tools you need to cook with.
School of Design
MA Service Design, 2017
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I am London based cross-disciplined designer, in speciality in Service design with a background in Spatial Interior design. With great passion especially in food and education. Additionally I have strong cultural background from Korea, China, America, Hong Kong and here in England, and able to speak all languages.
Being both service & Interior designer, now I am able to combine both aspect of design thinking and create a powerful design. That can empathise user's behaviour and uterlize their need in both in terms Space and experiences
- BA Spatial Interior Design, Chelsea Collge , 2012
- Curated Homonomad Exhibition 2016; Curated BA final year show 2015; Exhibition in The Mosaic Room
- Top 30 Finalists of NASA 3-D Printed Habitat Challenge
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