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 […]
Posted in: behavior change, Design, health- Sep 02, 2011 Comments Off on Rethinking the food nutrition label
You Are What You Eat is a series of portraits made by examining the interiors of refrigerators in homes across the United States. View the collection: Statement | You Are What You Eat | Mark Menjivar.