Made a website for an NGO

Made a website for an NGO
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#1

This NGO contacted me to build a website for me so I have been working on it.

Initially it looked like this.

I asked people to review it an they said it doesn’t look professional enough so I went back to the drawing board and redesigned and built the UI. Now it looks like this

Please review it and let me know if I can improve it further. Thanks :smile:

Update - modified website color theme - new website

Further Update -
Fixed responsiveness related issues.
Please see here.

Older UI
New UI
Please take a look.


#2

ooh! c9 says: No application seems to be running here!
:face_with_raised_eyebrow: on the second link


#3

Try now I have re-deployed to heroku.


#4

looks fine, you can add some opacity or text shadow or bg on text to get more readability from here.


#5

Hey, It’s an improvement to the previous! but the image stretching doesn’t look so nice on the image Carousell. but other then that, Good job (Y)


#6

i updated the color theme of my website
old - https://sona-sarovar-trust-yasserhussain1110.c9users.io/web
new - https://sonasarovartrust.herokuapp.com/web
please review and let me know what you think


#7

Looks great. My only critique is that as @Cancerlot pointed out the stretched carousel photo.


#8

I recently built a full stack app for an NGO and asked you guys to review it in this post.

I am now starting to write a Readme for that project with the following goals in mind

  • Anybody new to the project should get an understanding of

    • the overall scope of the project
    • what technology was used in the project
  • Any potential employer looking at the Readme would understand what problems I solved with this project and hopefully would be impressed.

How good a job does this Readme do?
And how can I improve it?