Thank you very much for your answer,
The trouble is that when I made the logo, the client told me that he need to have a web site in 2 days, and firstly he wanted the basic one, and than after some time he always wanted to add there something, so I didn't start with some idea how it will look like at the end, so this is the reason why the web site looks like that.
I will post some other design which I am making just for an imaginary enterprise for learning purpose.
And the above is part of why I'd recommend getting some good design fundamentals education under your belt. That will help you "pull things together" even if they come in an ad hoc fashion. You will still have a design style/theme in place that then work with adding new content.
Sounds like you can keep working on your briefing skills - learning to take a brief well will help avoid some of that 'plus this...and this' you experienced with this website.
You also need to work out when to say no to work - 2 days to turn around a website isn't likely to give you enough time to put out good work. I understand it's a tough call when you're starting out and you want all the work you can get, but keep in mind that work needs to be good enough to build the kind of portfolio that will help you continue to get good work.
You have the same issues with this design as the previous ones. The obvious issues for me:
- Font choices and versions
- Colour scheme/balance
- Visual hierarchy
As someone commented earlier, the work you're producing at the moment is not at the level of design graduates that cannot find work unfortunately.
If you're not willing to put in the time to learn the skills that you need to learn, and just keep plugging away with the same knowledge, I'm not sure what you expect to change? It's great you're enthusiastic, but you need to direct that enthusiasm in the right direction, and for me going on what you're showing with the examples you've posted that direction should be towards design education. IF it's something you truly have a passion for and want to become good at it.
Good that you are being proactive but you really need to start doing some study on design principles, typography and layout.
Like at the moment you aren't even considering the most basic of design principles, start reading and learning and see why using those principles work and master them before just trying to jump head in.
Specifically you need to concentrate on typography, colour theory, composition, balance and hierarchy
Guide your enthusiasm before you Jump ahead of your skillset and you'll save loads of time and learn quicker