For people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), cooking can pose significant problems as fetching and measuring ingredients often becomes frustrating and confusing. 23-year-old industrial design student Amanda Savitzky saw the challenges her younger brother Steven, who has ASD, faced in the kitchen. In response she developed Match, an integrated food prep system to help him gain independence in the kitchen. Her design was so comprehensive, well-researched, and effective, it won the $10,000 top prize in the 2013 Metropolis Next Generation Competition. Read on to see how it works.