Logo Design specific orders designed by us are to be considered the property of DRYPRINTS until a final approved has been approved. Once a final approval has been given, all rights to the Final Artwork will be transferred to the client.
A design is considered a Final Artwork once everything is in place. This includes all fonts, colors, graphics, and the client has given final approval.
Final Artwork Files
The original, editable AI file
A vector EPS file in digital (RGB) format
A vector EPS file in print (CMYK) format
A web preview file (PNG, JPEG, PDF)
All design concepts used within the scope of this project are the property of DRYPRINTS unless otherwise purchased by the client. We retain all rights to reuse and resell any concepts not used in the Final Artwork.
The Final Art files will not contain embedded fonts. Any commercial fonts included in your design will be rasterized, outlined or acquired legally by the client.
Marketing & Publications
We retain all rights to use the Final Artwork and any preliminary designs and concepts for the purpose of design competitions, future publications on design, educational purposes, and marketing of our business.
Any allotment for concepts, redraws, and revisions will be clearly stated by our team members when before your order is placed. All change request must be requested before a final proof approval is given. In cases where the client wants to modify/change the Final Art, an hourly rate will be billed for additional labor and man-hours incurred.
You must clearly state that on your proof that changes are required. Our online proofing system has a button that says “Changes Required”. Our team members will not commence any redraws or revisions on your project until all comments have been made and the request for “Changes Required” has been clearly stated.
A design concept is a conceptual illustration of how the design to be created by us will look and feel. The elements of a design concept are created from scratch.
A redraw refers to requests for a completely new concept which includes changes in major design elements, like the entire color scheme of the design, complex background and complex borders, main character elements and custom graphics that will be created from scratch, changes in structure and those that will affect the slicing of graphics and overall look and feel of the design.
A Revision refers to spelling, grammatical, font styles, copy and simple color changes, as well as alterations of plain background or borders, and replacement of new graphic already made available by the client.