Peppercorn is a crowdsourced resource for the kitchen and cooks (of all levels). From frequently asked questions (Should I rinse a chicken?) to how to properly store ripe tomatoes.
Peppercorn was a personal case study project on digital product design, user experience, and product development.
Interactive prototype using Marvel
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Peppercorn Apple TV app adaptation. The mobile app is stripped down and simplified to a TV app using an A.I. bot (Siri, in this case). The TV app would be an answer to mobile users who wish for a voice activation feature than a keyboard for when they’re in the middle of cooking. (*Keyboard is optional if the Search Bar is in focus.)
Apple TV’s remote is bluetooth and does not require line-of-sight with the TV box. This is a great benefit for users who wish to speak to Siri using the remote without being in the same room as the TV screen. Siri can dictate the results audibly.
The Peppercorn Apple TV app can be left in the background while cooking, ready for any question that may arise.
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