Hello developers :
**edit** I received a number of responses that clearly show many have not read the details. If you don't take the time to read and reply with a couple specific questions of your own, I doubt I will respond.**
I have a portfolio site roughly designed that I need built. I'm on the fence about having it responsive--I don't really care about mobile for this. If I do, however, end up needing it responsive, the framework doesn't matter to me, though, I'm most familiar with Bootstrap (the responsive/non-responsive decision will be made before we start). Page count is about 18 with 12 pages of portfolio projects (each project page is different but will re-use items like slideshows and minor parallax).
In the KitchenAid png there is a functionality note where I'm wondering if the interaction is parallax or click-drag / touch-drag. In the HickoryFarms image, there's a horizontal scroll I'm thinking is click/touch-drag. Functionality-wise that's about it: slideshows and either click/touch-drag or parallax.
If I go responsive, I'm thinking one or two breakpoints--mobile/desktop or mobile/desktop/big-desktop. There is a mix of imagery: some in the grid, some full-width but % height, some full-width / full-height. In theory, this is a pretty straight-forward build. However, I'm a huge proponent of developers bringing something to the table--that means I'd like to see or talk about some interesting transitions or interactions or strange dev experiments you have or think would be cool or fun for you to implement.
How to approach the attached images. Home is 95% final. Let's talk about how to make the entire home page subtly parallax where things move based on where the mouse is (or something completely different and totally wacked-out interaction-wise). The KitchenAid project page is 99% done. Hickory Farms is about 95%--there are a few, minor adjustments I might need to make.
Thanks for looking into this project.