- Hannah Nommé
- Carolin Kunz
- Francesca Sheeka
- Benedikt Hegner
- Meline Cretegny
- Jacques Kenedi
- Johannes Teklote
- Silas Mahler
- Christoph Weinzierl
- Igor Besel
- Lucie Haye
- Charlotte Maillard
- Anna Lena Zhou
- Dr. Monica Velarde Lazarte MBPs
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As citizens across the globe are being asked to stay at home, more and more people are experiencing heightened levels of anxiety and loneliness. Cooking and sharing meals together is a key aspect of staying connected and helps alleviate these pressures. Dinner party was created to:
- Reduce the social distance (without reducing the physical)
- Help people to get new ideas and better/healthier food
- Let people reflect on what they need to buy
- Provide a communication channel for social cooking/eating
What it does
Virtual dinner parties. Collaborative learning. Improving skills with the help of professionals. Dinner Party is a platform that facilitates cooking and dining sessions with friends and family and allows participants to be taught by professional chefs without leaving their kitchen.
- To plan a Dinner Party, open the app and instantly connect with friends, or other party-goers.
- You can keep the Dinner Party simple, but if you want to kick it up a notch and learn new skills, you can ask a professional to give you and your guests a cooking class!
- A few days before the class, you'll receive the list of ingredients that are required for the dish you're going to make.
How we built it
We built it from 2 perspectives, the guest's perspective and the chef's perspective. Our tech team created a prototype for the app, while our marketing team created a website and social media accounts.
Challenges we ran into
- Getting started! We are such a creative team; everyone had a lot of original and useful ideas!
- The project is quite ambitious, and there were many solutions to find,
- Technical issues: the app gave our tech team a hard time, but we're all grateful they worked even harder to make the prototype!
Accomplishments that we are proud of
- Being an agile team: getting along and organized so fast, as we barely knew each other before the hackathon
- Finding a solution to the isolation issue
- Our register of cooking jokes on Google Drive
- Setting up our social media accounts makes it real, for us, but also for other people who might want to reach out soon!
What we learned
- Some of us have weird sleeping schedules
- Collaboration is key! And we were provided with good tools (Slack, Miro, Zoom, ...)
- It's important to find an organization pretty fast, find a leader, subdivide the work between smaller groups...
What's next for Dinner Party
- Developping Tech + website
- Business case and monetization
- Finding guests and chefs
- Donation and sponsoring
- Expand to local farming and shops
- Adding features and integrations: detailed user profiles, a community feed, nutritional information on the recipes from dietitians. Ingredient-based recipe search function. Ingredient substitution option for more flexibility
Try It out
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