If you want to override the site header and site title in your Django admin, most people start with overriding the admin templates. Even though that's a perfectly fine approach, I prefer to do it differently.

I first start with creating a subclass of admin.AdminSite:

mysite/admin.py

from django.contrib import admin
 
class YellowDuckAdminSite(admin.AdminSite):
site_header = "YellowDuck.be"
site_title = "YellowDuck.be"

Then, you need to use it as the default_site for your AdminConfig subclass:

mysite/apps.py

from django.contrib.admin.apps import AdminConfig
 
class YellowDuckAdminConfig(AdminConfig):
default_site = 'mysite.admin.YellowDuckAdminSite'

As the last step, you need to replace django.contrib.admin with your admin config class:

mysite/settings.py

INSTALLED_APPS = [
...
'mysite.apps.YellowDuckAdminConfig', # replaces django.contrib.admin
...
]

You can find more info in the documentation about this approach.