These sequence diagrams take inspiration from Sarah Wigglesworth Table diagrams and show the more direct impact of human interaction and experience that take place when baking and consuming bread.
This diagram shows the process around the baking of the bread taking into account the human experience, the time taken and the actions that are involved in the bread baking. The diagrams, which featured in the instruction booklet of the atmosphere pack, show the different processes in sequence and the time taken for that to happen such as the mixing of the dry ingredients and the oil takes much less time than the kneading of the bread which needs to be done for ten minutes. The longer the time taken on the action is shown in the multiple layers of the diagrams. The bottom line represents the actions taken, created by my own hand, I mimicked the actions that my hands did when baking the bread to represent the physicality of the baking process, for example when mixing ingredients I rotated in a circular motion as shown in the squiggle under the correlating diagram.
Similar to the first diagram and taking the same concepts behind the diagram, this sequence is a response to the consumer experience of eating the bread. Taking from the analysis and observation of the footage sent from the consumers, I was able to create this diagram. The interesting differences were the consumer’s response to opening the pack and the addition of having an educational interlude.