What would our world look like if we understood our pets? If our pets were talking, would that make our world a better place? Anyone would want to know why his dog looks at him with a glassy look or why her cat comes and sits on her and does meow.
The only APP which helps you understand your pet
Georgette | 26y | Librarian | Paris
Don | 8y | Franchi | TLV
Gal | 28y | technical support | TLV
Marta | 5y | Persian | Paris
Gal gets up in the morning, takes Don out for a walk, feed him, take a shower and go out for another day at the office. Gal defines himself as a very technological person. He uses Google's personal assistant every day. he have a smart home he has set himself. Recently he bought a robotic vacuum cleaner that works when he's not at home. He love to come into a clean house. His neighbor yesterday told him that lately she had been hearing Don barking every day
Don is a curious dog.
He likes to go for long walks, loves playing at home and eating snacks. Sometimes he feels like no one understand him when he is facing his owner and staring at him because he wants to go for another walk. Some days it frustrates him and he starts barking at the door to pay attention. don barks on the robotic vacuum cleaner when he all alone at home.
Marta is a cat who likes to sit by the window and stare at the Eiffel Tower and passersby. she waits everyday for Georgette to bring her food in the mornings and sometimes Georgette forgets and leaves for the office and Marta stays hungry.
In such situations, Marta howls in front of the door until Georgette returns from work and feed her.
Georgette is a confused librarian. She lives in Paris, loves to drink coffee, read a book and look at the Eiffel Tower. Two years ago, Georgette adopted a Persian cat named Marta, they had a click from the beginning, recently Georgeet has a load of work and she notices something strange - when she sometimes comes home from the library she hears Marta whining all the time and she doesn't understand why
The conclusions from all stories are: frustration for lack of understanding.
The challenge we face is to solve the problem
of non-communication between pet owners and the pest.
In an age that is entirely technological, we have chosen to provide a solution in the best possible way using smart phone. The decoding engine we developed was embedded into a simple and easy application to operate
PeTionary is a free multilingual translation APP
developed by Adam Agmon, which allows you to translate your pets to your own language.
This APP is available for both IOS and android.
PeTionary is built on a smart algorithm which makes it possible for the users to interact with their pets
In addition to translating between you and your pet, PeTionary knows how to conduct a dialogue between two animals in a smart way.
The logo consists of a combination of a pet’s ear inside the first letter of the APP's name.
The letter P is suitable for this because it has a hole that simulates an eye of a pet. The combination of the eye and the ear conveys the message that it is a pet-related app
The name is combined of the words “pet” and “dictionary” which is the essence of the application - pet dictionary and their translation.
The name was given after a few attempts of other names like:
“translate me”, “speak!”, “saywhat?”, “transpet” and more.
Non of them is as suitable as the chosen name "PeTionary".
Plump is a trademark of Monotype Typography Ltd.
used for main components in the app like:
Texts for activation buttons
Texts for large headlines
Helvetica LT Std is a sans-serif font who
used for readable and continuous
text in the app like:
Texts for small components
and other long texts in the setting