I think it is neat but not appealing. If I view it as a personal page, I will give a 9 out of 10. However, for a graphic design page, I would think you need to give it another try to give your audience the first sight attraction.
Colours: Use colours smartly and I think it will show a better effect.
Also use good size fonts to give people the "grab the idea" within a glance. In the industry, who gives the best impression wins the game. That's what I think.
Thanks, well, I used the colors to express myself, well, right now I would have to say I'm depressed. And the alignment seems fine to me, I use MSN Explorer and IE. Furthermore, yes, I am a Limited Liabilitly Corporation or company (I forgot which one)
About the design, I personally like it. I don't care if it's out of style, most of my designs are up to date, for my clients anyway. And for the spellcheck, I forgot to do this, I saw some errors when I when through the website a couple days ago and just haven't gotten into cPanel to change it.
One last thought, what do you mean by "Use colours smartly and I think it will show a better effect"?
I just read through your website again and its very unprofessionally written, example:
"My name is Dylan and I'm the Webmaster/CEO/Chairman/President of Studio-10 LLC.
We are a good designing company accessible via online. We want to serve the people, well, serve them by designing stuff. Not much to say, although I am looking for staff, please visit the employment center."
No offence but it sounds like a child wrote it, you don't use 'stuff' and 'Not much to say" etc, etc.
As much i'm for young people getting into this 'game' I suggest you broden your skills and then make an attempt at a 'company' This might sound a bit harsh but you need to have the skills and public relations down in order to succeed. When I read your site, I knew a 13yearold wrote it due to the simple fact of the basic design and use of grammer.