Disclaimer: Rookie UX designer, not a professional. Yet. Hope I can help. If any of my fellow community members disagree, I emplore for them to correct me. I am still learning.
+ Dang. That is amongst the sexiest looking portfolios I’ve seen, and I’ve been browsing plenty of those as of late. Your experience with web design is pretty much front-and-center, which is a huge plus.
+ Your site is very scan-friendly. That is really important, but you know that already and you’ve done a great job. No matter how I navigate your site, I can locate your profile, resume, LinkedIn etc. in a matter of miliseconds.
+ You visualize your skillset beautifully. There is no doubt as to what you consider your strengths and which skills are still in development.
- In UX design, the process is as important as the work. You don’t advertise yourself as a UX designer, so it isn’t AS critical, but I still feel like I wish I had some more information when I look through your portfolio. How long did it take you? What were their requests / specifications? Stuff like that might be interesting for those employers who look at your work, hoping to employ you for something similar.
- You’ve got tags, but you don’t allow your visitors to sort by clicking them? I would most definitely allow for these tags to sort your design portfolio. For instance, by clicking a tag that says “responsive web”, I would expect all pieces of work with the same tag to appear.
- Pressing “CONTACT ME” does not take me directly to your contact information on the first click. Tested in chrome and IE.