by Savannah College of Art and Design

"doggie" is a brand new service, social media, and a job platform designed to create a better life experience and a society for dogs. Moreover, it will be a chance for stray dogs to live better lives.
Since dogs have better physical abilities than humans in some areas, dogs are more talented than we thought. Also, they behave a relatively loyally personality. In fact, there are already hundred-thousands of dogs working for different services in the United States. We all know that they are your best family, best friend, and best partner. They can do a great job as safety guides, rescue searching, medical accompaniment, or service for the disabled. However, we might not know that they can be therapists, fashion models, artists, and even influencers on social media. Animals can also have work, and jobs are not just for humans.
Based on our secondary research, we found out that only ten percent of dogs will find a permanent home in their life. Moreover, millions of dogs are sent to the shelter every year, and one-third of them are killed. It seems like there is a solution like the stray animal shelters and related regulations. Nevertheless, according to the report, only over ninety percent of the stray dogs received by shelters are not spayed or neutered, which means adopting stray dogs can't really help with this issue anymore. In this case, education and change is the key to the solution.
The education in this generation, stray animals issue is getting more seriously valued than before, but things did not change a lot. Here, we started to make some changes. Instead of killing stray dogs to reduce their population, this will be a better way. Turn the killing into the power of revolution.
Just like humans support our younger or older...


Gold in Apps 2022, Student

Gold in Digital Design for Social Change 2022, Student

Silver in UX, Interface & Navigation 2022, Student

Silver in Branding for Social Change 2022, Student

Created by:

Lead Designer

Tzuyi Chen

University or Design School

Savannah College of Art and Design

Design Team

Yichin Chou, Harkirit Singh