Rethinking the food nutrition label

Posted in: behavior change, Design, health- Sep 02, 2011 No Comments

 

 

Visual designer Renee Walker won with her rework shown above. The rectangles on top of each label represent main ingredients, and bars on the bottom provide a quick thumbs or thumbs down for a breakdown of fat content, carbohydrates, etc. Icons of spoons and scoops are used to supplement serving size since no one knows what 182 grams looks or feels like.

via Rethinking the food nutrition label.

To see the top runners, go to http://berkeley.news21.com/foodlabel/

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