Miami and its surroundings are facing a calamity worthy of the Old Testament. Roughly a third of the U.S. population—more than 100 million people—live in coastal counties. Coastal states with large areas of low-lying land, including Louisiana, Florida, North Carolina, California, and South Carolina, are particularly vulnerable to rising seas and coastal storm surges. See what could happen in a visual representation.
The project was conducted in a group. I was responsible for the HTML and CSS, and the first set of graphics displaying various landmarks. The images were drawn in Adobe Illustrator, and the buttons effects were built with basic JS.