I think it looks stylish and simpler to navigate. I especially like that your social media is much more prominent. One quick suggestion in loooking at your online presence when it comes to your projects is to give more details on how you contributed to these projects. I would also suggest wording it as accomplishments rather than just stating your responsibilities.
On github and your new project site there are descriptions of the projects, but if I’m to hire you I want to know about you and what you did. How did this betterweb project come about? Did you do any research or requirements analysis? Did your design any process flows? Did you have a process for tracking versions? Debugging? How many hours did you put in? Per day?
Paint a little picture for your reader. Especially a picture that shows you doing the things that a developer in the workplace does. Also, make this stuff easy to find. A recruiter might spend a minute looking for something that catches their attention before they move on.
Don’t just rely on your tech skills matching a keyword that somebody is searching. That will get you found and maybe get your resume through some filters. Before they pick up the phone to call you they are going to want to know it’s worth their time. That’s on you to convince them that you’re worth it.
Here is an example. You have this sentence to introduce yourself on linkedin:
I’m Kenneth. I enjoy being in the tech community and connecting with like minded people.
Try something like this instead (First no need to restate your name - it’s right up above):
I have a passion for learning and developing technology that makes your life easier. Are you looking for a bar tonight? Check out my bar hopping app to quickly find some options near you. If you want to know how I built this you can find the story and source code here on github.
It seems you like to keep a low profile, but these are your chances to express who you are and what you’ve done. I know it can be intimidating at first, but you seem like a smart guy who has a passion for your work. Let that shine through.