Creators: Adaury, Anthony, Genesis, Yoscar
Middle School Students from Mouse Design League (DIIT) @ P.S. 161 Pedro Albizu Campos
Type of Project:
- UX/UI Design
Themes of Project:
- Animal Rights
About this Project:
The app design started with showing the animals that are ready to be adopted, so we can make more rooms for the newly-rescues. Then we made pages that help the shelters to get donations for the items they need to keep giving the animals what they need. We also decided to add pages that show before and after the rescue of different animals.
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Feedback from the Judges:
I love the idea of saving animals and this application could help to federate organization helping abused animals. Nice works and great concept!
Hello Team Ayudamos! I think it is really commendable that you decided to tackle an issue like animal abuse. Too many animals are mistreated everyday and I find it wonderful that you wish to help them. You should possibly consider putting a trigger warning on the before and after because there are many animals who are in really bad shape after being abused. What are your next steps? Do you plan to make the rescue effort bigger and link up with bigger organizations? You mentioned strays, what would be your plan for keeping track of them, maybe an additional feature that allows people to report incidents of animal abuse? Team, your idea can help so many animals in the future, so I hope you guys continue to work on this app. Youre heading towards something amazing.
Feedback from the Community:
👏 a Middle School Student
The information in this project was really interesting; for example, the information about the dog, Max, getting abused by his owner as it was surprising that some people would do such a thing to animals and this information also hooked me in. I think that you can also add some features; for example, you could add a feature where the community could click a text box and get brought to another slide instead of the slide that they were supposed to go to if they didn't click that text box.
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