Feed Me Copenhagen
Service design, design research, tourism
FeedMe Copenhagen imagines a tourist experience that brings travelers and locals together over home-cooked meals. Our team developed and prototyped this service at Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design's Summer School.
Redefining the "tourist"
Many of the young people we interviewed thought of themselves as "travelers" rather than "tourists." They sought authentic experiences, personal connections, and great food.
Connecting travelers and locals
Copenhagen locals sign up to host travelers for a meal in their homes. Hosts and travelers use the FeedMe CPH app to share some basic information before they "match" for a meal.
Hosts send travelers a shopping list. With the help of the FeedMeCPH app, guests visit a local grocery store to purchase ingredients for dinner before going to their host's home.
Sharing food and culture
Hosts and travelers both have an adventure: they connect in an authentic local experience as they share a meal.