It looks very nice. The below are a few comments to get it the last bit of polish. Worked with some perfectionists at a high end digital marketing agency and starting to spot all these details now…
The website itself:
Something about the animations didn’t quite feel natural. My eye had to wait for them, which isn’t usually the greatest user experience. I would suggest experimenting with the speed and try making them faster.
The margins and some alignments need tweaking on mobile. The text was very squashed due to a large amount of padding.
Bug: on mobile the menu doesn’t collapse when you click a link, most of the time at least.
I don’t understand why the menu vanishes if I go back to the home screen. Seems like usability is lost in the name of style to me. Usability should always be first.
You know HTML and CSS, awesome, I figured that out already from the fact that you made this portfolio website. How as an employer do I know that you have the other skills I need for you to fit into my project?
What team work experience do you have?
Do you know how to work in an agile process?
Try to think about why each project is on your website. The one that I went to seemed to have a lot of overlap with the portfolio site. I already know you are great at CSS, HTML, animations etc. from the portfolio site.
So what does each other project add?
Does one show kick ass back end skills that the others don’t?
Does one of your projects show a kick ass piece of work using the HTML canvas element?
If it does show these things off, how would I know? As an employer I’m lazy, I’m not going to click through them all, I want to glance and skim.
Keep up the great work and hope that feedback helps!