Food Design 101

A kick start to your career in Food Design
Rating: 4.7 out of 5 (345 ratings)
7,203 students
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Students will achieve an understanding of Food Design and some basic information on what it means to design food and for food


  • No previous knowledge or skills required!


Do you want to open a restaurant, a catering business, or a food truck? Do you want to become a more innovative chef or a more successful Food Product Designer? Do you want to bring Food Design in your company or Design studio? Perfect! This course will show you what Food Design is, in all its shapes and forms, AND it will help you kick start to your career in Food Design.

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Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who is curious to understand what Food Design is and what it can do

Course content

1 section12 lectures34m total length
  • Introduction to Food Design
  • Food Product Design
  • Design For Food
  • Design With Food
  • Food Space Design
  • Eating Design
  • Food Service Design
  • Critical Food Design
  • Food System Design
  • Sustainable Food Design
  • Definition of Food Design
  • The Food Design Target

Instructor - Food Design courses
Dr. Francesca Zampollo
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 441 Reviews
  • 11,238 Students
  • 2 Courses

Hi there! I am a Food Design researcher, consultant, teacher, and keen public speaker.  I am the founder of the Online School of Food Design© where I teach online courses on Food Design and Food Design Thinking. I am the founding editor of the International Journal of Food Design, the first and only academic journal of Food Design, and I am the founder of the International Food Design Society. I have organized the first, second, and third International Conferences on Food Design, and I have taught Food Design and Design Theory at London Metropolitan University and Auckland University of Technology. I have a Ph.D. in Design Theory applied to Food Design, and I have spent the last eight years developing the Food Design Thinking methodology, as a food-specific branch of Design Thinking.