BOUNTIFL was an experimental and expanded upon idea of creating a customizable website that would better cater to the needs of users that needed highly customizable recipes. Starting with the first version of the app (later to be expanded to responsive design) we look into the core desires of what our targeted user needs.
One key item that had to be cut from both the way to implement it and complexity was the container size. Since the app would pull recipes from the web and translate the ingredients into a more mobile friendly format, no such format (from what could be found on the web) standardizes any type of container system. Which in turn would need much more resources than what was available to do on a project of such a small scale.
With such a large task for a small amount of time, constructing the app took more thought and with multiple iterations, a more focused approach needed to take place next. One other consideration arose during this stage as well, if recipes could be tailored with what the user wants in them, could recipes be searched for with select items on hand as well?