First of all congratulations for the amazing start. I’m totally blown away by the project. I’m speechless. I can see you work really hard on your project.
I guess things are going to be interesting for you.
Coming to user stories. I just want to remind you something I learned.
User stories are like boundaries. Think you’re working for a client. He has some requirements for his website and he thinks you’re the right man.
Since you’re honing your skills here at the camp, communication and understanding your clients requirements are really important. You’re being trained to stick to your clients requirements. When you hit the real world, you don’t get puzzled that much. Once you get good at understanding your clients requirements, then you talk him about better improvements/tweaks for his website.
I hope you understand my point here.
I do have a suggestion for you. Make website in your own way on your laptop/computer/whatever you use. Then insert user stories in there. Sometimes, you need to remove certain elements. It’s not bad after all. It happens. I do it, all the time.
Remember, no matter how much you know something, when you work for your client/boss you got to listen to him. Listen to his requirements, stories, yada, yada. Then you can apply all of you knowledge. Here at FreeCodeCamp you can do that. And no body fires you. It’s a good thing.
A marvelous day, night, afternoon whenever you read.
I was in awe [not making hyperbole] when I saw your project.
A little mistake, I couldn’t see navbar in mobile view. I’m really happy for you.
If I could I reach out this screen and give you a big hug. Keep the good work. I hope you share your experience on Medium.