I created this Swimming in the Aquarium using HTML5, CSS3, Bootstrap, and even a little Adobe Illustrator. A website that tells the history and facts of the Georgia Aquarium. Indeed the approach for this website was to keep it fun, exciting and entertaining. To illustrate, I created a web-based timeline with historical facts of the aquarium in it, strictly using HTML and CSS. As well as that, I have a fun facts page has statistics of the aquarium, with an infographic as well. My starting point for the project was from scratch, from finding the statistics to collecting the history and milestones. The design process used for this project consists of a sans-serif font, white background, with an aquarium blue color scheme.
Meanwhile, I was trying to keep something fun and entertaining for all ages. When I went to the Georgia Aquarium, became the reason why I did this project. Besides that, I was amazed by how much fun you can have, it for all ages not just little kids. Now no matter what age you are, there is always something there for you. Go to the Georgia Aquarium and check it out for yourself, if you haven’t already. Throughout this project, problems arose like trying to make sure that the web-based timeline was responsive and working with Bootstrap. Eventually, I overcame this problem after I put the web-based timeline in the div with a class of the container. In conclusion, Swimming the Aquarium was to inform people about the Georgia Aquarium, in a fun, exciting, and entertaining approach.