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“Pet Care”

Creators: Elianny, Genoveva, Jonathan, Mareli, Mia
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,
  • Community Advocacy
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About this Project:

Our project is designed to keep the abused animals safe and out of harm's way. We started thinking about different problems we see in our community. One of the most passionate topic we decided to dig more into was stray animals that end up on the streets due to lack of responsibilities by the pet parents. We searched up how many animals are abused every year, how many animals are actually rescued after the reports, and what the consequences are for the animal abusers.
The app design started with how to report the animals to the nearby shelters and rescuers. The idea came from the Snapchat by holding a recording button to record. Then it evolved to showcasing the animals that are ready to be adopted, so we can make more rooms for the newly-rescues.

Project Media


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Community Feedback:

Great Design
Makes Me Think

Feedback from the Judges:

👏 Digital Sales Graduate at Hewlett Packard Enterprise — Emoti-Con Judge
It's a great idea that tackles a widespread issue

👏 Director of Program Performance at Mouse — Emoti-Con Judge
Great job thinking about the pets in our lives. Reading about your inspiration and initial steps is awesome. Keep up the good work!

👏 Associate Professor, Art & Design at Kutztown University — Emoti-Con Judge
It is so upsetting to see or hear about animals that are not being taken care of properly. The idea is a good start and I hope you continue to develop it further! A suggestion for the future might be to include a section for people that are interested in being foster parents to the animals that are looking for forever homes.

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