I am me. Unashamedly so. This website might be my “professional” online presence, but it is also my website, and I don’t want to hide any aspects of who I am in any environment—online or off.
If you think that’s a problem… then that’s your problem.
My name is beeps.
With or without an uppercase ‘b’. I also go by Kim sometimes, but I prefer that folks call me beeps.
I’m not a human.
I don’t relate well to my physical humanity, which is a source of significant dysphoria. Relating myself to machines, and robots in particular, helps alleviate some of that.
I don’t consider myself to be female, male, or anything in-between. I use it/its pronouns.
I don’t experience physical or sexual attraction. This doesn’t affect day-to-day life that much, but it’s still a reasonably important part of who I am!
I’m neurodivergent and have anxiety.
My brain works a little differently to most, and I can struggle to operate in some situations.
I’m a furry.
I’ve been in the furry fandom for over half my life and I owe it a lot for giving me the skills and experience I have today. I try to give back where I can.
I’m not alone.
One day, my subconscious decided to say hello and told me their name is Olive. Since then we’ve been investigating plurality and how it applies to us.
And, of course, I make websites.
I’ve been doing web development as a hobby since 2003 and for money since 2012. I do a lot of bits and bobs, but have come to specialise in front-end development, accessibility, design systems and the semantic web.
You can contact me (or stalk my socials) through a myriad of websites.