Here`s the actual link (without the typo): http://www.nuedgedesigns.com/
First, I concur with Webline about the top right animation. I`m looking at the home page on a 19" LCD and the blue upper banner plus animation takes half my screen. I`d assume that on a 17" CRT or a smaller laptop, everyone would have to immediately scroll to find out what`s going on.
The biggest problems I`m having are twofold. The one is that with the explosion in "work-at-home" and computer-based careers, Web design is now almost a commodity. It`s so everywhere that to stand out is going to be a real chore.
The second is that this particular iteration of the site doesn`t really sell me on anything. I do like the way you`ve laid out your portfolio, with the Recent Work. But I`d rather go to a tab that says "Portfolio" or something, and see the examples in full size. Like you do when you actually click the preview on the main landing page.
Instead, on the home page I`d like to see a better sales pitch. Your bullet points, for example, work well as a pitch. You could lay them out as your "fast blast" with each particular item expanding (with modern Web magic) to explain them.
So if I click on "Killer Web Sites that Produce Results," I get an expansion below the heading or something...that includes a paragraph of why I should believe you. Y`know?
The site you have is nice, no doubt about it. But it`s just too passive for a seriously competitive field! Most Web developers aren`t getting clients in their local neighborhood. They`re getting people via the Web itself.
You could make a niche for yourself by focusing in on local community. That too would make a nice sales pitch. It also would give you SEO opportunities for your local community. There`s probably a fair amount of work, what with everyone wanting to get rich quick on the Internet. :-)
You might also try advertising on your local AM radio, most popular stations. The cost would be quite low, with a pretty strong audience.