Its not a bad start but needs attention to detail and development.
The font sizes of the different elements on the home page need work (logo, days/minutes etc all quite small in relation to everything else).
Biggest issue sis the repetitiveness of the blocks of copy in each section.
You need to vary up and make more interesting each section of the site.
Footer has quite a lot of padding
Uber wider subscribe form does not look great – maybe have a call to action on one side and make the form field half the width?
A sI said its a good start but definitely needs to have some added attention to detail and extras to make it competitive,
That’s not a WP theme its a HTML template ($14) http://themeforest.net/item/porto-responsive-html5-template/4106987?WT.ac=search_item&WT.oss_phrase=porto&WT.oss_rank=1&WT.z_author=Okler
With all due respect, coming soon really does not suit PSD categories – there just isn’t enough to it.
For what its worth it is along way from ready. The fundamentals are a long way off with a lot of work needed with the typography, hierarchy, spacing and margins and consistency.
Images are stretched and pixelated
No logo, header or footer
^ Now that would be a partnership!!
You will need to get access to the account that bought the file by using the relevant logins. My guess is this is the person you built it for you’s details.
Otherwise you will have buy a new copy/license of the file
Concept is cool – work on typography (especially in portfolio), spacing (e.g. nav/logo from main image in item pages, essay post titles, images and copy are inconsistently spaced out), spacing on the timeline posts ( inconsistent margins)