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LES BOWL / Home & Family

LES BOWL

Most people develop their bad habits in their childhood, including wasting food. To decrease the amount of food been wasted and have more people who suffer from the shortage of food be able to have adequate food resources, we designed this bowl to encourage children not to waste their food when they have their meal.
The design idea of the LESLEFT bowl is to use a simple approach, which is to mimic the circular progress bar, to construct a sense of achievement when children gradually decrease the amount of food waste. Their parents can also track progress. Hence, parents can keep encouraging and awarding their children based on the tracking d

University

University of New South Wales

University of New South Wales
Sydney, Australia

Sen Yan,
University of New South Wales

Boyan Ma,
University of New South Wales

Ye Yang Liao,
The University of Arts London