Every design cost should include the cost of the rights of use Letter of agreement (offer, contract, invoice) in design business should always be separated in two parts. When in design business you should divide your contract into two parts. The first part should be the cost of your workload or the cost of layout/design development. The second part should be the costs of the rights of use. Divide your offer into two parts First part of the offer (or […]
Rights of use Who is the owner of the given creative design concepts? The owner of the transferred creative designs is until payment of a copyright or rights of use, Vizuarna. With the payment of rights for the use all the material rights (including the right to the distribution and the right to changes the proposed work) transfer to the client. This also applies to the sale to third parties.
Rights of use What is the difference between the workload of an author and the rights of use of this author Workload of an author (or consultancy) is work. Just like any other. The author(s) should be paid for it as for any other work unless themselves choose not to (in case of sponsorships for example). The workload could be a simple idea, sentence or serious design research. In the event that by client committed concepts, ideas or other author’s […]
Rights of use What about the copyright? Rights of use? We always separate letter of agreement (bid, offer, contract, invoice) in two parts. First part are the costs of the work that we account in hours. And the second part are the rights of use. We differentiate between a exclusivity of rights, duration of rights, the geographical definition of the rights, and a number of applications to be used. The cost of rights is calculated with the help of quotients. […]