The site is nice and clean, which is always a good start. I think, however, you have a lot of room for improvement.
A few thoughts:
Seeing a hamburger menu on a desktop layout just feels… wrong. You have plenty of space in your design, and using hidden navigation hurts UX metrics. I’d recommend exposing your navigation in a more traditional menu layout to make it easier for users to discover your site. It may not seem overly important now, but as your site grows this piece of advice will become critical for your site.
In the projects section, the interaction of the “Fade/Blur/Enlarge” on the mouseover of your projects also feels awkward. Also weird is the “SEE” button that only pops up on mouseover. Why not make the whole image clickable? Why hide the project name? Nothing about this feels natural or right. There’s just so much that’s hidden or eventually obscured.
Also funky: when scrolling through your main page, I can see four projects. When I click “Projects” from the hamburger nav, I can see five.
I’d ditch the warping placeholders in your form fields. They make it difficult for people to recognize when they haven’t entered data in a particular field, and as it appears that all your form fields are optional, this is a huge issue.
Another issue with the contact form: I have no way to tell if my submission was successful or not. Hitting the submit button triggers the loading icon for the form, but without a confirmation message I have no idea whether or not my message to you was successfully or submitted. I tried it a few different ways with various field combinations - including totally empty - and never got a success/failure message. That is maddening.
I think you’ve tried to do too much here to showcase your technical shops in interaction animation, but those interactions don’t add to the usability of the site. They detract from it. Animation for its own sake rarely adds to an experience, and I think you’ve fallen into that trap here.
Apologies for the harsh tone. I think it’s a solid start, but I feel like you have it in you to do so much better. Please take my comments as a push in the right direction!