DEEP DIRTY SEA
An organization for marine conservation
In an era where environmental pollution poses an ever-increasing threat, the rise in organizations dedicated to environmental protection is a testament to the pressing need for change. Against this backdrop, the creation of this website aims to provide readers with a captivating and enlightening journey into the world of scientific marine organisms.
By employing innovative design techniques, we aim to present scientific information in a way that captures the imagination and piques curiosity. Through captivating storytelling and visually striking illustrations, we bring to life the intricate reproductive methods and environments of marine organisms, unveiling the delicate balance and wonder of marine life. By popularizing this knowledge, we empower readers to grasp the intricate connections between human activities, environmental pollution, and its detrimental effects on marine ecosystems.
I chose the four most representative marine species: mollusk, mammal, fish and echinoderm. Each of them has different reproductive system. Also they have different way of mating.
Recent research has suggested that the amount of discarded plastics will outweigh the amount of fish in our oceans by 2050.60 -90% of marine pollution is made up of different types of plastic.
The color produced by the corals that are going to die is the main color, and some are warnings from the ocean to humans. The auxiliary color is green and red with partial fluorescence, and the color rarely appears in nature, mainly extracted from human production.
I used color that produce a strong visual effect to make the atmosphere of the web page lively. The background of the webpage is a print-style garbage dump intended to express the living environment of marine animals and is full of rubbish.