[FONT=Arial]Too much text, way to much text. its really hard to scan read too as each paragraph starts with [FONT=Arial]Matrix Media Solution (at least on the first page).
Looking at the code for a web design company I am a little concerned. Neither the HTML or CSS pass validation (even tho you have the W3 Badge saying it does) and there are inline styles when they should ideally be called from the CSS file.
As an example:
<p style="text-align: justify;"><span style="font-family: Arial;">Matrix Media Solutions, your one stop solutions for all online industry requirements! We welcome you to come and experience the best of customer services and high standard infrastructural facilities required to develop a long lasting and memorable working relationship.</span></p><p style="text-align: justify;"><br style="font-family: Arial;" /></p>
This should simply be <p></p> I am not sure why there is a <br /> with styling in there, and why its surrounded by a <p> element.
I know that most people who are looking for a site to be designed will not look at the source code, but there are people that will.
There are no examples of what you can do, I would have thought that clicking on 2D Animation and Illustration would show me some of your work as that would be the easiest to show examples for, but again there are just paragraph upon paragraph of text, after the first page I didnt even bother trying to read it.
The links on the page, there are three different kinds. Some have icons following the blue scheme and some have colour, and others just have a bubble list icon....
I agree with Tom, that is a lot of reading on those pages, and tbh I wouldn't read most of it.
You need to tease out the salient points and make the most of them to help sell yourself.
Again, as Tom mentions, the usability of the site is a little sqwiffy. For me their is simple just too much navigation, you have it on the top left, top right and main left, plus more in the footer. where do you want to focus your users attention and what actions do you want them to carry out?