Here's the situation:
I'm an industrial designer by degree and work for a local point-of-purchase display company as a product designer. I worked as a graphic designer for a couple of years out of college, and recently, with my current company's need to redesign their website, I finished what I started to learn in college and really tackled HTML and CSS head-on, and got some good web design experience.
I'd like to do freelance graphic and web design work on the side (read: in the evenings and on the weekends). My wife is a stay-at-home mom and in this day and age every little bit helps when you're on one income.
To that end, I put together a website and printed some business cards to promote our new endeavor. I've done graphic design freelancing before but never under the banner of something as focused as this.
I've been lurking in this sub-forum, and while I won't claim to have read every thread, I've really appreciated the sound advice many of you give. I've taken much of it to heart in creating a sort-of "Pricing and Policies" sheet for our start-up business.
Would those of you with freelance experience mind looking over it and letting me know what you think? Anything you'd add? Leave off? Change? We just want to start off on the right foot and avoid common pitfalls. Thanks!