Scott Lenger 05 January 2009 Not bad. The tone of Creative Commons licenses may be a better approach for those, like me, who aren’t sure they can pull off (or who are uncomfortable with) Andy’s whimsical tone. CC language is very human-friendly without the playfulness. Also, I suggest clarifying the Design part as much as possible, similar to how Andy defined the XHTML/CSS layout. I try to re-use the clients keywords and phrases from design discussion so there is a basis for approaching any unforeseen design revisions. Example: client requests a site that is clean, simple, cheerful, fun, colorful, and gender-neutral. By the way, I once did a personal site for a professor of contract law! Sending him my contract was nerve-wracking to say the least!