Your SEO settings are OK, your OpenGraph settings are ok.
Your site is nice and well balanced, the structure is correct although you could read abt HTML5 tags and define them as much as you could (Articles, footer, header etc)...
But that's not related to your issue.
If you want to find your site when you type your name, put your name in the title.
The rule is: it's not because you put something in the title that you're going to find your site with Google typing this thing. But YOU CAN'T find your site typing something if this something isn't in the title.
So you need to put your name in the title. Luckily, it doens't break it when you do so. My advice is to use your name then a tiret quadratin like this:
It is absolutely useless to add your name to the Meta Desc field. Absolutely useless. This field is for the decription and has absolutely no grid on searches and ranks.
So if you read my rule correctly you could expect to find your site by just typing UX consultant, but that's highly concurrential so good luck with that. But with your name, if you apply the modifications now, let it a week and it will work.
I often say I could be wrong but here, no. Took the time to double check with the in-house SEO expert for you