Originally Posted by josephman1988
Thankyou for the feedback, I have edited it to you spec. =]
Good, I think it looks better now.
One more thing I'd recommend: Improve the presence of content.
On the "Work" page, maybe put a paragraph for each thing explaining what they are. Try to use some good keywords- Do research for keywords first.
What are people searching for? What's hard to come-by? What makes your service unique? Explain how you implemented those things for each of those sites.
Also, in your current content:
Decide who you are. Are you doing this as a hobby, or professionally? Do possible clients want to get a first impression of their web guy playing games?? Come on, you can do better than that
You have something good to offer, and it's not technical jargon possible clients don't want to hear. They don't care about data and database stuff, it's not their job. All they care about is if and how it works for them.
I don't know what to say about this, "hopefully in the future, 85% of content completely user generated content. " What percent of the content is generated by the user now? Oh wait, it's under Latest Work, but isn't yet released. So now you promised to devote your time to a Final Fantasy Fan-Site. Do those wealthy businessmen viewing your site want to disrupt you from your passion?
I think you should put the final fantasy on the work page, not the home page. I do feel you should include it, but it shouldn't be the first impression. Maybe on your Work page, you can divide it into two sections.
The first section should have all of your professional work. Explain thoroughly what you did, and how it helped whomever it's for.
The other section explaining how you love to do this web work, and the internet is your passion, you even develop for fun sometimes. Then under that you can have all your free volunteer work with community fan-sites for certain things. Everything has it's place.
It might subliminally state:
"Hey! I'm here to do work first, but I also do large community work simply because I like to."
That's a good first impression in my opinion. Also, don't forget to strategically place calls to action.
This is all strictly intended for long-term help