Megan Riley Design


Art direction and design for a conceptual service—Savr. Newly independents have it hard. Moving into a new apartment, living on your own, paying bills, the stress of work and/or school, as well as trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle is a lot to juggle. 

Savr helps relieve you of one of these stressors by helping you take control of your grocery shopping. How many times have you come home to find food that has gone bad in your fridge and left you with nothing to eat? You won't have this problem anymore thanks to Savr's virtual pantry feature that organizes all of your food in order of expiration date by simply scanning a QR code at the bottom of your grocery receipt.

Our short pitch video encompasses everything that this service can do for you. This service was designed by Sky EricksonJay BorrelliSean Morse, and myself as a part of our design research class senior year of MassArt.