Just wanted to get some feedback for my second project.
This time it is portfolio i made for my wife.
Some screenshots from admin:
[items in gallery are sortable by drag-and-drop.](https://preview.redd.it/5fhl5wtg0x421.png?width=1508&format=png&auto=webp&s=9a59302e0fab62f543bfea3c993371966f6d7218)
[For each item auto-thumbnail is generated unless user uploads their own thumbnail. I used image-kit for thumbnails. Extras are not visible in main gallery but only when lightbox is opened. This is achieved by utilizing lightcase.js category feature.](https://preview.redd.it/00kbjw1s0x421.png?width=1785&format=png&auto=webp&s=57cc2ad88563c08afd541fc1c90ae71045af908e)
[blog is simple. I only added preview for admin also included in image-kit.](https://preview.redd.it/7zqfjrjd1x421.png?width=1710&format=png&auto=webp&s=434a1c4db3437a8c52acbff2ff8ff859801721a1)
If you have any questions let me know.
8 thoughts on “My second website using Django. My wife’s portfolio.”
Good work. Looks great on mobile. I am just starting to learn Django myself. Hoping to be able to create something clean and simple like this in the next few months.
Nice work ! Your second project ?! My first was “Hello world” surely my second won’t look like this.
Looks, awesome dude, I really love that you were able to keep the “illustrative” feel beyond the actual illustration.
Literally, the only thing I could think that would offer an improvement is to have the box-shadows and translateY() to ease back down after you stop hovering over the picture and that’s not even a Django-related suggestion.
Very nice work 🙂
Good job. Loved the font. Which font is it anyway?
Good job dude ! what did you use on the front end? (really like the transition effects)
Nice cute website you made for your wife. I like the design. I’m also studying and learning python Django to be a full stack web dev as well as learning data science / machine learning so it seems we are on a similar path. Unfortunately I’m working in Data Analytics right now as I need to work to pay bills but I was unemployed studying Django and python for 10 months earlier this year. I’m also doing a career change to become a django dev. Awesome work man.
What did you use for your front end? Looks great!
Also hello! https://i.imgur.com/d9k7Y1n.jpg