I’m not a native English speaker, but one typo really caught my eye: ‘Design Princaples’ should be Design Principles. You might want to check the spelling. As mentioned, I am not a native English speaker, and I’m not sure if I would be able to spot any other typos.
On your contact page there’s only an email address. You might want to add your GitHub and CodePen page, which you mentioned on your project page, here also.
Now, I’m going to play the devil’s advocate a bit.
On your contact page you mention Professional Accounts and Friendly Accounts and those are empty. Not sure what you mean with ‘accounts’, but I am guessing ‘clients’? Then you should maybe consider removing those headers until you have something to put there. Especially the friends one. Now, it kind of looks like you weren’t even capable of convincing friends to make something for them. That’s not a good advertisement. It’s especially odd since you mention this in your resume: ‘Freelancer Front End Web Developer / Graphic Designer / 2013 - PRESENT’. You’ve been a Web designer for 4 years, but haven’t had any clients, apart from doing graphic design for the LARP fest and being a lead mural painter?
This statement: “Then, as with any of my art forms; I keep working until it’s gorgeous.” Be careful with that one. Not every employer or client will be enamored with the idea of hiring a perfectionist who could potentially make the project drag on endlessly.
On the flip side.
I love both your ‘What drives me’ and ‘Never stop learning’ paragraphs. This attitude is also backed by your resume, so it’s consistent. And therefor most likely honest and accurate. I think your resume is awesome, btw! I bet some people might be jealous of what you have done and accomplished