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    My current website is in WordPress, but I can’t help thinking it is way too big for what it needs to be. I don’t update it that often and Spam comments annoy me when they come in waves.

    With this in mind, I have put together a 1 page website to possibly replace it, which I feel does all
    it needs to.

    My old website is, and the new version is at site

    I would love some feedback on either, which you think works best.

    All it really is for is to display all of my web design work in one place.




    Forgot to add – new website is also in HTML5 and uses alot of CSS3 which I would like to show I can use etc…



    Thanks for your feedback.

    I understand where you are coming from in regards to the static site / CMS point, however I am easing away from freelance work now as I just don’t have the time to do it at the moment.

    I work full time as a web designer and this would be more to showcase what I have done in the past to possible future employers. I do have a WordPress site in my portfolio there at the moment, and I have a few more to add which are also WordPress based.

    I may just rethink the layout of the WordPress site slightly, but still unsure.



    @Mitchell – I’m actually kind of disappointed.
    Your logo is almost an exact copy of Sarah Parmenter if the triangles weren’t the opposite.



    @ChristopherBurton – I can honestly say I have never seen that logo before in my life. A lot of development time went into my logo (believe it or not), and I am surprised they are so familiar by sheer coincidence.

    Regardless, thanks for pointing it out.

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