shutterchef was built during the cusp of Apple turning from iOS6 to iOS7. It was built with Obj-C, Parse, and Yummly’s API. With shutterchef, everyone is a master chef!
The app that allows you to share recipes with friends
We’ve all experienced it — seeing a friend upload food-porn photos to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, and wondering: “How did they make that?”
Create an app that makes it easy to discover and share homemade recipes and photos with friends and family.
- Logo Designer
- Developer of the Photo filter Component
- Fellow UI Designer
- Photoshop (Design)
- Invision (Design)
- Objective-C (Development)
- Parse (Development)
- Yummly (Development)
Ideation and Creation
How shutterchef came to be
In 2013, I was accepted into an iOS bootcamp called AccessCode. AccessCode is an intensive iOS development course where I learned the fundamentals of iOS development and learned the basics behind Objective-C. By the end the course, my team and I released a full fledged photo sharing iPhone app in the Apple Store, called shutterchef.
Pushing to Production
The shutterchef app
What We Delivered
I was lucky to work alongside a amazingly talented team to create shutterchef. All in all, I’m proud of what we created.
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