Two things to note about PageRank – one is that it is pretty much solely a function of your incoming links, and two is that it is largely ignored in ranking websites. You may well be confusing it with where a site/page appears in the search results – its ranking – and it's a common mistake to make.
Either way, how do you think a site gets to be at the top of Google? By having content! Google doesn't "look" at a site, it only reads it. If you've got a fancy design but little or no text, Google will pay no attention at all to the fancy design and will conclude that you just don't have much information there. And why would it want to put a site with no information at the top of the results? More to the point, what would it put it at the top of the results for?
Sure, sometimes people have managed to get sites to the top by link-building campaigns or just being genuinely popular, but this is very rare, and becoming less common with every new update that Google puts out.
I've moved your post to the Internet Marketing section, where it is more relevant. On another note, please don't include personal contact information in your posts.