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Is This Project Worthy Enough To Add To My Portfolio For Freelancing

 
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A simple case management system that allows the user to add, delete and update clients, cases and forms.

here are the pictures on a separate forum since Code Ranch does not allow me to post more than 3 pictures

http://www.dreamincode.net/forums/topic/384816-is-this-project-worthy-enough-to-add-to-my-portfolio-for-freelancing/page__p__2204789__fromsearch__1&#entry2204789


 
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If you're proud of it and want to offer it as a discussion point during interviews, then of course add it to your portfolio.
 
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Although there is loads of extra stuff to add in it I just wanted to know that if it was ok to add this to my portfolio to showcase my design and development skills.

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Welcome to the Ranch

Agree with Tim: you don't have to say a lot. It might be enough to say, “A little case management system.”
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch

Agree with Tim: you don't have to say a lot. It might be enough to say, “A little case management system.”




Thank You
and I'll do exactly that

 
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Yeah, I think it's a show case of the work you can do. The only comment I have is that the screens where you list out all the Case Managers don't look like the other screens. You should be expect to answer the question why it looks so differrent.
 
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Are you referring to the table that displays all the details compared to the forms? haha, if so, then yes I know it looks out of place. I will definitely add some css to the table to make look more pleasing to the eye.
 
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