Eat.ly: A Visual Reminder Of What You Ate Last Week

Eat.ly: A Visual Reminder Of What You Ate Last Week
technology

Eat.ly is a visual diary of meals you've eaten, partnering data with pictures to encourage thinking about what one is about to digest.

Kyana Gordon
  • 2 april 2010

Do you remember what you ate for dinner last Friday? Most do not, and according to Eat.ly that’s a major problem. The platform aims to change the eating game by inspiring the practice of remembering to photograph what you eat. At its core, Eat.ly is a visual diary of meals you’ve eaten, partnering data with pictures to encourage thinking about what one is about to digest. The site’s goal is to make its users accountable for what they eat, leading to healthier eating choices.

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