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Your off to a great start and have the necessities down but it's time to attack the nitty gritty details that are going to make and break you.
Whitespace. You have way too much of it on all your pages. Tighten up your contact page and get those elements closer together. Also, on your project page, you need to shorten the article section. I am sure you have big plans to write tons of other articles, but until you do you should consider eliminating that section entirely.
Redundancy. You have two footer navbars on your project page. For the size of your page, you should consider getting rid of them both altogether but if your set on having one, make sure you only have one. You also list the same about me information on it's own page and the home page. Kill one of them, probably the one on your home.
Layout. Your top navbar is sloppy and needs to be aligned properly. Same with the footer. These things should be nice and centered evenly. I highly recommend you complete Guil's CSS Layout dive and start applying those concepts ASAP.
Eric Nevitt4,914 Points
I have made many websites and the toughest site I build is my portfolio. I think it's like the essays in school when you write about yourself it's just tough talk about yourself. I will be back for feedback.