I’m at work so I don’t have a ton of time to look at it right now.
In the couple minutes I spent on it, though, I thought the interface was kinda clunky.
You have a slideshow showing your different sets of skills (Product Design, Design Engineering, 3D printing, etc.) To get to Design Engineering, I need to click on Next or click on the thumbnail, and then click on the image itself to get to the DE section. And then to view each project/image you have in that section, it’s yet another slide show.
Here’s an example of something I think is more optimal: www3.nd.edu/~pfresh/ It’s a site I built back when I was learning HTML and CSS (not that I’ve improved much since), but I think it shows my point. Ideally, I like when I only have to click once or twice and then just scroll to see the rest of the project. Something like this would be nice: http://memikeserafin.com/110810/work. Although I understand that Mike Serafin’s site is built on top of Behance.
So I’ve had more time to look the site and these are my last few thoughts.
Although your about page tells me you’re an IDer by training, you come across to me as an more of an engineer with some interest in design, from what you’re displaying and the kind of sketching you’re showing (which is above your typical engineer). I don’t exactly know what you’re going for, but if you want to come across as more of a designer, you might need a nicer interface and layout to the site.
As far as showcasing your work, I gotta agree with Keno. What’s really killing your site is the lack of flow. Compounded with the slideshow format, there’s not a clear division between projects, so I don’t know where one begins and one ends. A specific example of this weird choppiness is the lighting fixture, where you showed in the DE section, but also in the rendering section. Those should be clumped together, in my opinion. Also, you’ve got some pretty great models/renders of vehicles, so I’d blow those up and try to make them stand out more. They’re kinda hidden right now.
Lastly, in your Computer Graphics section. What do you mean by Pre-Rendered work? Aren’t those renders?
Hope this helps.