Pandemic application made as something to help my mom.
At the beginning of the pandemic my mom was trying to pass time by baking and cooking up a storm. The problem was she kept taking out her files with her recipes and then losing them. I'd always talked about making a system so she could have access to her recipes and save them more securely without a risk of 'misplacing' them.
To create an app that requires users, a need to sign up and sign in. They are able to add recipes to their account and view or edit them from anywhere. This solution solves all the important issues that were faced by a physical folder system of paper recipes. Easy access to recipes from anywhere (computer, tablet, etc...) and ability to save and update them.
The design was cleaned up a lot from the inital cool Dribbble idea and is more clean and simple but colorful. Ended up using a theme system, it has four different colors — pink, blue, purple, and green.
At it’s most basic form, it works. With regards for room for improvement there are some areas to keep working on. At the end of the day, it’s usable and that’s what matters.
Writing some blog posts about my experience setting, working with the backend and using some frontend stuff I don't normally do.