People who sell their logos for a deal have become commonplace because many designers do not know and/or want to sell anything at any price. The sale of the source file is also by default. You only specify your original work file if you are paid. Generally 3x the package. If you receive royalties, you should give them away for free. However, Ms. Thomas` evidence did not suggest that she had already used the logo as a trademark. There was no evidence that the team had downloaded the logo in Ms. Thomas` name or even on her instructions.
Is that legal? On the poster, there is the names of the customers and on the underside it says: “On behalf of… for… They say it`s legal because the designer owns the logo and they weren`t a contract that says otherwise. How is this legal??? Believe it or not, some designers (mostly amateurs) would refrain from talking to the logo property client to keep the “hand up”. As unethical as it may seem, some conscientious designers may not clarify the details of the ownership of the proposal, so they may charge royalties if they are used on different marketing platforms. What a shame! “The customer understands that the company retains the rights to all designs and does not transfer any design rights to the customer. As far as corporate symbols are concerned, all property and intellectual property rights remain exclusively of the company. The company`s ownership and ownership rights over the company`s symbols are permanent and continue even after the customer purchases a design.
“www.designmantic.com/terms_and_cond) In their request to give my opinion on this subject, they write about morality and responsibility. But to me, it all sounds like hypocrisy. I will stay away from designers who do not grant the rights to the paying customer. And after their blog post DesignMantic should agree. But then, their business conditions say otherwise. To believe what? You should stay away. Youri Zaech, a Swiss art designer, specializes in typographical projects. He responded to our request for return by email. Of course, there is always room for negotiation – but everything is always defined in an agreement signed by both sides. Before we keep talking about who gets ownership of a logo, let`s start by discussing it. Whether your design customers are finicky or intellectually, ultimately, the property has the following meaning: This is my first time designing a logo ever. I don`t know anything about this area of definitely new work in this game.
I know how I can include my rights and copyrights? Where can I get such a contract? If you have any additional information I need to cover myself before publishing my work, please share.