Take a look at https://JustDjango.com to see the result!
I’d been using a logo for the past three years that did the job, but didn’t really feel like the best I could do. The logo was black and white, and the website didn’t follow any strict colour theme.
So I decided to take on the challenge of redesigning the logo and colour theme myself. I’m not a UI/UX designer so this was something new for me.
I’m really happy with the result! I feel like now I have a consistent look across all social media’s and that the JustDjango name will be much more recognizable.
This is one of the goals I set for the year. I'm super excited that I hit it with 3 months to spare!
Off the top of my head, here are three lessons I've learned in building JustDjango over the past 3 years.
If you have any other questions or want to know anything, leave a comment and I'll try my best to answer!
I enjoy Indiehackers and am excited to share another side of JustDjango's journey. This is a really exciting step as it marks the start of JustDjango's place within this community. I hope to be here for a while, engage with the community, and provide insight and help to other IHers interested in programming, entrepreneurship and online businesses.
When I was learning web development with Django, I felt that, with the exception of one YouTube channel, there were no consistent Django tutorial channels. JustDjango aims to fill that void.