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“Fetch”

Creators: Enrique, Ethan, Samantha and Arianna
Middle School Students from Mouse Design League (DIIT) @ I.S. 171 Abraham Lincoln Middle School
Type of Project:
  • UX/UI Design
Themes of Project:
  • Animal Rights
Fetch

About this Project:

Fetch was designed to help with the adoption of the canine members of the family. The app is intended to help individuals looking to adopt a puppy or shelters that have dogs up for adoption. Fetch would provide a list of shelters making it convenient for individuals who would like to add a new canine member to their family. The app would provide you with information pertaining to the dogs, including images, immunization records, and even an estimated cost for caring for each dog in the shelter. Shelters can provide all of this information from their version of our app. People could fill out an application and even set up an in-person or virtual interview for their adoption.

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Feedback from the Judges:

Henry McKelvey
👏 Systems Engineer Multimedia R&D and Adjunct Professor at The University of The Potomac at Sinclair Broadcast Group — Emoti-Con Judge
Good project; it helps take care of our furry friends.

Amanda Perales
👏 Aluminati Member at The Emoti-Con Steering Committee — Emoti-Con Judge
Hey guys! This project is actually a wonderful idea. As an animal lover myself, I am all for making the process of getting good homes for pets smoother. That being said, for the future, maybe you want to think about adding more animals for adoption onto the app? Maybe a profile page for the dog explaining their personality a bit so adopters have a better idea of what theyre getting. And most importantly, think about a way to make sure these animals are not being adopted by bad people. I would love to see where this app goes and more ways you guys will present you idea. Good job team.

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