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“Ownership of Dogs”

High School Students from CS4ALL NYC
Type of Project:
  • UX/UI Design
Themes of Project:
  • Animal Rights

About this Project:

This project is about a web page that tells you everything you should consider when adopting a dog such as the cost of ownership or different breeds of dogs to consider when adopting a dog. Not only does it talk about cost but it also talks about many facts about dogs.

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People will find this app very very very important because it will help them find the dog they want or how much they will have to spend when they have to buy a dog.

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Great Design
Makes Me Think

Feedback from the Judges:

👏 Adjunct Professor, Computer Science and Information Systems at University of the Potomac — Emoti-Con Judge
Good project

👏 IT Infrastructure Support at ArcherPoint — Emoti-Con Judge
As a dog owner, I was unprepared for some of the costs when we got Luna 10 years ago. I love the idea, and I would like to see this expanded with additional information about various costs, facts about different kinds of dogs and maybe even maps of local shelters where you can adopt.

👏 Head of Delivery (Recruitment /Talent Acquisition) at Audeliss (sister company: INvolve - The Inclusion People) — Emoti-Con Judge
Excellent job at bringing to light a topic that deserves to be in the spotlight. Far too often people adopt dogs and do not realize the cost, time, and overall commitment it takes. You are helping provide guidance to future dog owners.

I recommend working on creating more graphics to make it an interactive experience.

Overall, well done on thinking about the bigger picture that if (future) dog owners do not understand the lifetime commitment, that could mean more dogs in shelters. This helps create awareness while providing useful information - it's a win-win project!

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