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Licenses

License for Freebies

A Basic Summary:
Every-Tuesday freebies can be used personally and commercially. If used commercially, they can not be resold as-is; they must be incorporated into a greater piece of artwork. Additionally, they can’t be incorporated into other, independent freebies outside of every-tuesday (they should only ever be available as free via every-tuesday). 

The Nitty Gritty:

All free resources available on every-tuesday.com are royalty free for use in both personal and commercial projects.

Rights

You are permitted to use the resources in any number of personal and commercial projects for you or your client. You may modify the resources according to your requirements and include them into such works as websites, applications, printed materials etc. No attribution or link back to this site is required, though any credit is greatly appreciated.

Prohibitions

  • You do not have the rights to resell, sublicense or redistribute (even for free) the files on their own or as a separate attachment from any of your work.
  • You do not have the rights to use any freebie as part of a greater artwork offered for free digitally, as it would be a form of redistribution.
  • You may not use any resource where it contributes to the core value of the product being sold. Feel free to contact me if you’re unsure if your usage may infringe on this to obtain my written approval.
  • If you wish to promote my resources on your site, you must link back to the resource page where users can find the download and not directly to the download file.

If you have any questions about the terms of use/license, please get in touch.

**I’m in the process of changing all bottom text on all freebie files to reflect the licensing text above. The guidelines on this page overrules anything that you might see on the actual freebie files. Sorry for the confusion + everything should be updated soon!**

 

Licenses for Every-Tuesday Digital Products

There are 2 licenses available for many of my digital products; Standard and Extended. The purchase of either license grants you a non-exclusive, non-transferable right to use, modify and reproduce the product worldwide, in perpetuity, as expressly permitted by the licenses listed below:

Standard License Rights

A Basic Summary:
A standard license allows the item purchased to be used in personal projects or commercial work which is distributed for free. If you use any Every-Tuesday item as part of artwork you plan to sell, you’ll need the Extended License of the product.

The Nitty Gritty:

The Standard License grants you ongoing permission to use the Item to create end products that are not intended to be sold. For the purposes of this Standard License, ‘sold’ means you plan to sell, license, sub-license or distribute the end product for any type of fee or charge.

The Standard License allows you:

  • To use the Item to create one single end product (personal or commercial) for yourself or for one client, as long as the end product (not the purchased item) will be distributed for free.
  • To use installable products in multiple end products (as an exception to the single end product rule), as long as such products are only installed on a single computer. Examples of installable items include layer styles, patterns, brushes, textures, fonts, etc.
  • You may modify or manipulate the Item, or incorporate it into other content and make a derivative work from it.
  • You may use the Item in a new end product so long as it is not used alone, but instead as elements or parts of a new design (regardless of how much the item has been modified or how much of the new design it makes up).

Prohibitions

  •  You may not sublicense, resell, share, transfer, or otherwise redistribute the Item on its own (e.g. as stock, in a tool or template, with source files, and/or not incorporated into an end product) under any circumstances, not even for free.
  • You may not sell the end product, or sell access to the end product. This does not prevent you from charging a single client for your services to create the end product, in which case the client will be bound by the terms of this license, preventing them from selling the end product. If you or your client wants to sell the end product, you or they must purchase an Extended License.
  • You may not make the Item available on a digital asset management system, shared drive, or the like for the purposes of sharing or transferring the Item, and you must not permit an end user of the end product to extract the Item and use it separately from the end product.
  • You may not publicly display the Item: (a) as a standalone file in any digital format on the internet; or (b) in any digital format without imposing technical or written restrictions to prevent the unauthorized use of the Item by third parties. You agree to take all commercially reasonable steps to prevent third parties from accessing and/or duplicating the Item.
  • You may not register as a trademark the Item or the end product incorporating the Item – not even logos. If you use the Item to create a logo for yourself or a client, keep in mind that third parties can use the Item too, even in another logo.
  • You may not falsely represent, expressly or by way of reasonable implication, that any Item was created by you or a person other than Every-Tuesday (the copyright holder) of that Item.

Extended License Rights

A Basic Summary:
An Extended License allows the item purchased to be used in artwork intended to be sold.

The Nitty Gritty:

An Extended License certificate comes with every Extended License purchase from Every-Tuesday. The Extended License grants you ongoing permission to use the Item to create end products that are intended to be sold. For the purposes of this Extended License, ‘sold’ means you plan to sell, license, sub-license or distribute the end product for any type of fee or charge.

The Extended License allows you to use Items in any manner permitted under the Standard License, and:

  • You may also use Items to create end products that are intended to be sold.

Prohibitions

  • You do not have the rights to resell the product as if it were your own
  • You do not have the rights to distribute the product with client proofs, or in unflattened files
  • You do not have the rights to share the product with clients or other designers (they must purchase their own extended or standard license)
  • You do not have the rights to offer the product in a giveaway or promotion.

If you have any questions about the terms of use/product licenses, please get in touch.