Why did you hide the FAQ?
I have what I consider an odd sense of humor, so I thought it would be amusing to hide a sort of easter egg in my portfolio site.
Why didn't you build your portfolio site using a CMS?
I felt like using a CMS would have been more complex than what I wanted for my portfolio site. Simple yet Stylish.
Are the examples in your porfolio the only web development work you have?
No. My portfolio website is for everything I've done freelance or on my own time. If you want a list of websites I've done for companies I've worked for, I would be happy to show you in person.
What do you like to do in your free time?
I have a wife, four kids, 3 dogs, a cat, a turtle, a lizard (beared dragon), and a rabbit at home. I don't really have free time. My not working time is spent with my family creating memories, or cleaning.
What's with the favorite flavor of icecream field in your contact?
When I designed the site I wanted to put things on it that would steal a chuckle or raise a question. I wanted you to remember my site because of the professionalism and beacuse of the quirks.
Do you really think people are going to find this?
Well, you did. And that's enough for me. I figured that anyone who was genuinely taking the time to look through my work would find the FAQ.
Did people actually ask you these questions?
Well, I asked them to myself when I built this page. Does that count? (Who's asking the questions now!)
Really? A hidden question?
I couldn't help myself.