The Collective Legal Guide For Designers (Contract Samples)
Rule number one for designers of all kinds: use a contract. Sometimes, this is easier said than done. Should I use a service agreement? A retainer? A licensing contract? With the help of Docracy1, we collected the experience of many designers to provide a wide range of starting points for less experienced creative professionals, and to start a permanent free legal resource for the community. Below you’ll find a collection of legal documents curated by our fantastic community. Important notice: free sample documents and commentary are never a substitute to legal advice. What Document Should I Sign With My Client? If you created an icon set: If you are building a responsive website: If you are starting a graphic design project: If you’re doing a small project with design and code: If you’re doing a BIG project with design and code: If you’re doing UX work: If you’re creating an infographic: If a third party wants to use your work: If you’re redesigning a website: If things go wrong: 34add yours3635
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