April 1, 2009 | 7 Comments
“I buy Twix extra because it’s only 10p more expensive than regular one. I finish it in one go, and feel guilty for the rest of the day.
Bargain food persuades people by playing with the value of money, which has brought a lot of problems to society: over nutrition, eating disorders, obesity, illness, guilt, wasting food, wasting resources, over production, etc.
Can design make people buy food that offers LESS?
*Winner, Pyramid awards, Deutsche Bank 2007
*Finalist, Design for our Future Selves Awards 2007, Helen Hamlyn Centre”