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“Endangered Species of Canada”

Creators: Skyleen
High School Students from Thomas A. Edison Career & Technical High School
Type of Project:
  • Coding,
  • Data Projects,
  • Social Media
Themes of Project:
  • Animal Rights,
  • Environment/Sustainability,
  • Social Justice
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About this Project:

The challenge/issue that my project addresses is the endangerment of many different species of animals.The way that I came up with this idea was I had realized that so many animals are endangered and or going to be endangered and not too many people talk about this issue. So I wanted to bring awareness to this topic and show that this is a growing issue. The way that the project has evolved was originally the project was going to be digital art but I decided to make it into an app.The way that my app works is that the user would click on the menu button that is on the home page. Once the menu button is pressed they are taken to the menu and there the user will have the choice to pick which information they would like to see first. For example, if the user was to choose the animal status they would click on the status button. Once on the status page, the user could click on the “Next” button to see each animal's status.

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Community Feedback:

Great Design
Makes Me Think

Feedback from the Judges:

👏 Senior Manager, Recruitment Marketing at Verizon — Emoti-Con Judge
Nice effort by the team to help in the effort to save endangered animals.

👏 CEO at Girls Who Hack — Emoti-Con Judge
While reading through your project I could just tell the amount of love and passion you have for this topic! This planet is our home, yet we don't do enough to take care of it. A good addition to the app would be a page with links to charities supporting these animals. This allows the user to not only learn about endangered species, but also gives them an opportunity to help save them! Overall great work! Love this project!

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