style a WebGIS page and Google Map of your choosing. Your styled page must have at least one spatial dataset that has a color scheme selected from the Colorbrewer website with justification why you selected this particular color scheme. It will have a custom Google Maps style applied to the Google Map. Further, the CSS in the webpage should coordinate with the color choices in your Google Map. Multiple tools and information sources are available to help you select your color scheme
styled WebGIS page must include:
A Google Map
At least one spatial dataset displayed on the Google Map (the format of the data does not matter whether GeoJSON, KML, Fusion Table, etc)
A style/symbology must be applied to the dataset that was selected from the Colorbrewer website.
The Google Map should have a custom style applied, which can be created using the Style Wizard (see link below).
The Style should be selected to highlight the spatial data selected (e.g., if waterbodies are not relevant to your data they should not be visible, if points of interest are not relevant they should not be visible, if roads are important for your particular dataset then they should be visible and should visually coordinate with the color scheme selected for your spatial data)
Upon page load the Google Map should be set with an appropriate zoom and center to appropriately display the data. Specifically, the data should be visible in the Google Map upon loading the page.
Your webpage style (i.e. CSS) should coordinate with your Google Map including background colors, font colors, etc. Specifically, if your map color scheme uses warm colors such as red and orange then the hyperlinks on your website should probably not be bright blue.
A paragraph of 3-5 sentences describing your style (e.g., justify your color selection choice from the Colorbrewer website, why did you select the coordinating colors for your website, etc).
Your WebGIS template page must follow principles and best practices of web development including, but not limited to: