Help our earth by learning how to sort!

Emily W, Holly H, Alyson Y, Mikayla K, Shreya A

"Sorted Earth" is an interactive and visual website that aims to have users clearly understand the difference between compost, recycle, and trash bins. We hope to achieve this by providing clear guidelines to the user, fun features (such as games), numerous graphics, and much more. By visiting our website, we hope you feel like a true sorting expert!

We noticed that at several locations, from public parks, schools, our parents’ companies, and even at Amazon, trash cans for various functions (compost, recycle, trash) have the same items inside.

Our goal is to inform you on how your short everyday decisions can impact the environment for many years to come. We hope to achieve this by providing you with easy-to-digest information through clear guidelines, games, and printable quick guides.

It was difficult to figure out how to round the borders on our website, embed games, and create a working navigation bar. We overcame these technical difficulties by reaching out to our teaching team for help, researching online, and most importantly, working together.

We are a group of five high school students from the Bay Area. We used HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to develop our website! In addition, we used Sketch to create our graphics. We are passionate about helping the environment by educating people on the importance of sorting their trash correctly, and as our slogan states, “One globe, One Goal.”

This project was made by Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program students at Amazon (Bay Area).