It's simple and it gives all the information it needs.
I don't like the splash page - making text jump around is bad from an accessibility point of view and I feel the page serves no real purpose. And why do I click a down arrow to get the site to slide in from the side? I spent a minute using the keyboard and scroll wheel to no avail before clicking the link.
The three big circles are also an example of mystery meat navigation which reduces the overall UX of the site.
I think it would be improved if you removed the splash page, made those links clearer and possibly if you increased the line-height on your left-hand-side text (the bit starting with "Front-end developer...")
You use a lot of font variations and play with text and that's not to my taste; I wouldn't do that on a website for a client but I don't want to say change it on a personal site - it's just your expression. I like the way the text on the right hand side deliberately overflows its background.
Awesome advice. Thank you so much for taking the time to check it out!
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