Reuniting pet owners with their "paw-hana" is our utmost priority. In light of this pandemic, we would like to help the Department of Agriculture effectively communicate with pet owners. Pet owners now have the time to grab a bite, enjoy the shade, and have the reassurance that their pets are in great
What it does
Our website prepares passengers for their pet's arrival, provides document uploading, monitors pet's status, and helps pet owners communicate directly with Animal Quarantine staff.
The Animal Quarantine staff anticipate incoming flights and passengers, verify documents, and process each pet as quickly and safely as possible.
How we built it
We built our web application using
bootstrap with native
Challenges we ran into
A lack of resources was the largest challenge we faced. Having a small team translated to a large workload and difficulty with scheduling. By concentrating on incremental validation the application was developed regardless of conflicting priorities.
Accomplishments that we're proud of
The balance of the simplicity of our design and depth of our features. The website interacts dynamically with the user to provide an easy experience. Aligning trip information with pickup time provides a lot of convenience so that the user can easily plan ahead.
What we learned
This competition is our team's first experience with
bootstrap web development. We learned the fundamentals and techniques to implement functionality with aesthetic design.
What's next for Paw Trackers
Paw Trackers seeks to find more opportunities to help our community using the skills we have developed throughout this competition.
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