Event Title

Animal Aid

Faculty Advisor(s)

William Brit Rowe, MFA
Ohio Northern University
Art and Design
w-rowe@onu.edu

Document Type

Video

Start Date

24-4-2020 9:00 AM

Description

According to the Humane Society, there are over seventy million strays within the U.S. We should be doing more to help this number go down because it continues to grow. My work will inform the public of not only this issue and ways to help, but will also provide different online sources for pet owners to get the best care they can for their pet. The service I designed is a hub for people who are passionate about animals, whether they have one or not. It compiles important information to help pet owners like tips and tricks, and also adoption listings, veterinarian reviews, etc. from your specific area to eliminate the hassle of jumping from one poorly designed site to another. The design of the site reflects its characteristics of helpfulness and passion for animals. People need to know the facts to feel sympathy for these animals. An organized source informing people and pointing them in the best direction when it comes to needs for their pet is what they want. Seeing the number of strays go down as well as animals being better taken care of in general is the outcome of this design.

Notes

This presentation is part of the Pecha Kucha series.

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Apr 24th, 9:00 AM

Animal Aid

According to the Humane Society, there are over seventy million strays within the U.S. We should be doing more to help this number go down because it continues to grow. My work will inform the public of not only this issue and ways to help, but will also provide different online sources for pet owners to get the best care they can for their pet. The service I designed is a hub for people who are passionate about animals, whether they have one or not. It compiles important information to help pet owners like tips and tricks, and also adoption listings, veterinarian reviews, etc. from your specific area to eliminate the hassle of jumping from one poorly designed site to another. The design of the site reflects its characteristics of helpfulness and passion for animals. People need to know the facts to feel sympathy for these animals. An organized source informing people and pointing them in the best direction when it comes to needs for their pet is what they want. Seeing the number of strays go down as well as animals being better taken care of in general is the outcome of this design.