@johncs This post is very confusing. You edited the original to say you don’t need any more eyes on it, but your last post asks for a second look.
Since I think the second look is most recent, I’ll give you some feedback on what I see.
At first glance, my eye doesn’t know where to start. Your bio rushes directly into the Shmeppy content. I think you need to find out what your purpose for this page will be. Do you want it to be about your pronouns and interests, or do you want it to be about Shmeppy? Both content can exist on the page, but I’d like to see you put visual priority on one over the other. You can do that with font sizes and white space. In fact, I think the first line introducing Shmeppy should appear several pixels after your headshot. That way, there is a visual distinction between content that is about you, and content that is about your project.
I love the natural language. It’s not overly formal, nor is it cheesy dad-jokes. good job. Well… this is until you tell me to say things to you. You could probably just drop it at “Join me on Shmeppy’s nascent Discord server.”
I’m not super excited at the idea of paying for beta software. I would suggest maybe offering an early-access preview and then introduce pricing in the following weeks. Software tends to be buggy upon initial release and I’m not keen on paying to be a QA tester.
Other than that, I think it works for you. The graphic looks cool, I’m interested to see in how this evolves and I wish you the best of luck!