On the home page, the user can navigate through 4 introductory pieces about me, changing out the title letters, text, and imagery each time. The animation is achieved with CSS keyframes.
I'm a fan of disjointed layouts in my work as they break up the monotony of scrolling of a web page — so the user pauses to decipher what they're looking at. In this case, a generic grid of cards leading to portfolio pieces are interspersed with links to articles I've written.
"Ey Up" is a popular greeting where I'm from; Yorkshire, England. As an expat now based in the United States, I wanted to include a personal touch in an otherwise straight-forward bio' page.
And of course, the website is responsive.