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The Corporate License

This is an End User License Agreement (EULA) between the licensee company and Design Bundles Ltd. Please read this Agreement carefully. By downloading and/or installing this font software or design product (Licensed Product), the Company (as defined below) agrees to the terms of this license.

This Corporate License is valid for all employees or members of one (1) company, organization, business concern, or household (herein to be referred to as “Company”). Items covered by this license may be used on an unlimited number of computers or devices owned by that one (1) Company. For the purposes of this Corporate License, a subsidiary of a company or organization shall be considered a separate entity, and each subsidiary shall be required to purchase a separate license.

This Corporate License covers the licensee Company for its lifetime, and all purchased items covered under this license may be downloaded to any of the licensee’s computers/devices at any time in the future.


Use Allowances and Restrictions (Corporate License)

There are numerous allowances and restrictions that apply, determining how the Licensed Products (fonts and designs) can be used by end users within the Company, relating to certain groups or categories of end product.

Physical Products

Covered Creating an unlimited number of finished physical end products to sell (including but not limited to: clothing, drinkware, household towels and linens, posters and prints, and jewelry), as long as those products are made solely by members of the licensee Company, using the Company’s equipment.
Covered Editing or modifying purchased graphics to create new and original designs to use as decoration on physical end products that will be made by the members of the licensee Company. Modifications include, but are not limited to: recoloring, editing, rearranging, adding, subtracting, or customizing with a customer’s information, such as a name. All modifications of this type must be performed solely by members of the licensee Company, using the Company’s software and equipment.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a new and original transformative design, which may then be sent to an outside printer or manufacturer, so they can create physical end products on your Company’s behalf. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed before the new design can be sent to an outside party.
Not CoveredSending as-is or nearly as-is graphics, illustrations, or other design products to any outside printer, manufacturer, maker, print-on-demand company, or any other party, so that the outside party can make physical end products on your Company’s behalf.


Business Stationery and Product Packaging

Covered Using graphics to create physical products related to a business, including but not limited to: business cards, stationery, letterhead, brochures, and flyers; as long as those products are printed by members of the licensee Company, using the Company’s equipment. An unlimited number of these items can be made.
Covered Using graphics to create physical packaging for products, including but not limited to: boxes, bottles, bags, and other containers; as long as those packages are printed by members of the licensee Company, using the Company’s equipment. An unlimited number of these packaged products can be made.
Covered Using fonts to create designs related to a business, including but not limited to: business cards, stationery, letterhead, brochures, and flyers; and designs for physical packaging for products, including but not limited to: boxes, bottles, bags, and other containers. All text must be flattened to an uneditable raster or vector format before the design may be sent to any other person or party for printing. An unlimited number of these business and packaging designs can be made.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a new and original transformative packaging design, which may then be sent to an outside printer or manufacturer, so they can print these items on your Company’s behalf. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed before the new design can be sent to an outside party.
Not Covered Sending as-is or nearly as-is graphics, illustrations, or other design products to any outside printer, manufacturer, maker, print-on-demand company, or any other party, so that the outside party can make business stationery products or product packaging on your Company’s behalf.


Stencils, Transfers, and Stamps

Covered Using fonts or alphabet sets to create unique word, phrase, and quote designs, which can be made into stencils, stamps, transfers, and other similar items for sale. These designs may be sent to an outside printer or manufacturer so that they may make the stencils, stamps, or other tools on your Company’s behalf, as long as the text design made from fonts has been converted to vector shapes and/or is rasterized or flattened before the design is sent.
Covered Creating stencils, stamps, and other similar items (including, but not limited to: dies, molds, and cookie cutters) of print-ready designs as tools to be used to create a finished physical end product, as long as the stencils, stamps, or other items are made by the licensee Company using the Company’s equipment. The members of the licensee Company may use these stencils, stamps, or other similar tools to create finished physical end products. The stencils, stamps, or other similar tools may also be sold or given to any other person or party so that other person or party can create finished physical end products with those stencils, stamps, or other similar tools.
Covered Creating transfers (including, but not limited to: screen print transfers, sublimation transfers, waterslides, and HTV cut transfers) of print-ready designs as tools to be used to create a finished physical end product, as long as the transfers or other similar tools are made by the licensee Company using the Company’s equipment. The members of the licensee Company may use these transfers or other similar tools to create finished physical end products. The transfers or other similar tools may also be sold or given to any other person or party so that other person or party can create finished physical end products with those transfers or other similar tools.
Covered/Limited Creating stencils, stamps, and other similar items including, but not limited to: dies, molds, and cookie cutters, consisting of the alphabet of a font, as tools for the licensee’s own use. The members of the licensee Company alone may use these stencils, stamps, or other similar tools to create finished physical end products; the stencils, stamps, or other tools may not be sold or given to others.
Not Covered Sending as-is or nearly as-is graphics, illustrations, or other design products, or any character set from a font or alphabet product to any outside printer, manufacturer, maker, print-on-demand company, or any other party, so that the outside party can make stencils, stamps, transfers, or any other tools on your Company’s behalf.


Stickers and Adhesive Decals

Covered Creating an unlimited number of physical stickers, decals, or other adhesive end products to sell, as long as they are made solely by the licensee Company using the Company’s equipment. This includes, but is not limited to: planner stickers, address labels, wall decals, laptop decals, and car window decals. This section does not include items which require additional heat or chemical processing to create a finished physical object, such as iron-on transfers or sublimation transfers.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a new and original transformative design, which may then be sent to an outside printer or manufacturer so that the outside person or company may create stickers, decals, or other adhesive decals on your behalf. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed before the new design can be sent to an outside party.
Not Covered Sending as-is or nearly as-is graphics, illustrations, or other design products, or any character set from a font or alphabet product to any outside printer, manufacturer, maker, print-on-demand company, or any other party, so that the outside party can make stickers, decals, or any other similar adhesive goods on your Company’s behalf.


Flat Sheet Goods

Covered Creating an unlimited number of flat sheet goods to sell (including but not limited to: fabric, gift wrap, scrapbooking paper, sheet vinyl, ribbon, or other cloth materials), as long as those products are made solely by members of the licensee Company, using the Company’s equipment.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a new and original transformative design, which may then be sent to an outside printer or manufacturer so that the outside party may create flat sheet goods on your Company’s behalf. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed before the new design can be sent to an outside party.
Not Covered Sending as-is or nearly as-is graphics, illustrations, or other design products to any outside printer, manufacturer, maker, print-on-demand company, or any other party, so that the outside party can make flat sheet goods on your Company’s behalf.


Books and Physical Publications

Covered Using a font on the cover of a paper book, audio book, or e-book, as long as the text has been flattened/rasterized before the cover design is sent to any printer, publisher, print-on-demand company, or any other party. There is no limit to the number of copies of the book that may be sold.
Covered Using a font for any and all interior text in a printed paper book, as long as the text has been flattened/rasterized before the interior book design is sent to a printer, publisher, print-on-demand company, or any other party. There is no limit to the number of copies of the book that may be sold.
Covered Embedding fonts in e-books, as long as the font files are encoded, protected, or hidden so that the reader cannot extract the font file from the e-book. There is no limit to the number of copies of the book that may be sold.
Covered Using graphics in text-based printed paper books, where the graphics are minimally used and are secondary to the text of the book, and their omission would not change any meaning. For example: a flourish used for section breaks in a novel; icons or guide markers in a non-fiction or instructional book; or a small illustration used as a chapter header.
Covered Embedding graphics in the body of text-based e-books, where the graphics are minimally used and are secondary to the text of the book, and their omission would not change any meaning. For example: a flourish used for section breaks in a novel; icons or guide markers in a non-fiction or instructional book; or a small illustration used as a chapter header. The image files must be encoded, protected, or hidden so that the reader cannot extract the image files from the e-book.
Covered Using as-is graphics in a printed paper book where graphics comprise the majority of the book’s content (including, but not limited to: coloring books or kids’ illustrated books), as long as those books are printed, compiled, bound, and manufactured solely by members of the licensee Company, using the Company’s equipment.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, patterns, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a cover for a paper book, audio book, e-book, or any other type of publication. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, patterns, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create new graphics to be used in a printed book or e-book where graphics comprise the majority of the book’s content (including but not limited to: coloring books or kids’ illustrated books), if any other person or company is involved in printing, compiling, binding, manufacturing, or otherwise publishing the book. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed.
Not Covered Using as-is or nearly as-is graphics in a printed book or e-book where graphics comprise the majority of the book’s content (including but not limited to: coloring books or kids’ illustrated books) when any other person or company is involved in printing, compiling, binding, manufacturing, or otherwise publishing the book.


Logos, Identity, and Branding

Covered Using a font to create a company logo, personal logo, or any type of branding. All text must be flattened to an uneditable raster or vector format before the design may be sent to any other person or party. Any logos created may be registered as trademarks, but the Licensed Product (font, illustration, graphic, or other design object) itself may not be registered or claimed in any way, and must be specifically disclaimed in any intellectual property registration.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a company logo, personal logo, or any type of branding. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed. Any logos created may be registered as trademarks, but the Licensed Product (illustration, graphic, or other design object) may not be registered or claimed in any way, and must be specifically disclaimed in any intellectual property registration. Not Covered Using as-is or nearly as-is graphics in a personal or company logo, unless the graphics are specifically sold for as-is logo use, such as in a “logo creation kit” or “ready-made logo” product. Any logos created with elements from such kits may be registered as trademarks, but the Licensed Product (illustration, graphic, or other design object) may not be registered or claimed in any way, and must be specifically disclaimed in any intellectual property registration.


Broadcasting: TV, Film, Video

Covered Use of products within broadcasting items, including but not limited to: music videos, TV episodes, films, documentaries, commercials, online videos, or physical objects containing filmed or animated work such as DVDs. Use types include but are not limited to: titles, credits, Chyron, and text overlay. This section does not apply to showing finished goods on-screen, such as a person in the video wearing a shirt with a design on it; it applies to instances where typed text or graphics are placed into the broadcasting item during the editing or broadcasting process.

This Corporate License covers use by the licensee Company in an unlimited number of broadcasting items, with an unlimited number of views per broadcasting item per month. A broadcasting item is considered to be one self-contained consumable unit, such as: one commercial, one episode of a TV series, one feature film, one music video, one YouTube video, one online video, one recorded video product (such as a film on DVD, or a training video), or one live-streamed broadcast on any platform, even if the unit is a part of a larger ongoing series.


Digital Designs

Covered Using fonts or alphabet products (such as embroidery alphabets or SVG alphabets) to create unique word, phrase, name, and quote designs, as long as the text from fonts has been converted to vector shapes and/or is rasterized or flattened so that anyone receiving the design no longer needs the font file itself in order to use and enjoy the design.
Covered Using dingbats, doodles, extras, flourishes, or any other illustrated graphics as elements in a new digital design, as long as those illustrated elements are included as part of a font family, and are encoded into a font file format (OTF or TTF). These items included in font files are distinct from any other graphics, in that they are comparable to the characters in a font: they may be used as-is as part of a new digital design, but they must be one of many elements in the design, and cannot be used or re-sold as individual graphics in any way.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a new and original transformative work, which can be sold as a digital design. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed.
Covered/Limited Using fonts to create educational resources that consist of the alphabet of a font, such as a “trace the letters” guide for children, as long as the design is flattened so that the font file itself is not included or embedded, and as long as there are other elements included in the overall design (such as illustrations and additional text) and the characters of the font are not presented in a manner or size that they could be easily separated, traced, or used to create new text designs.
Not Covered Sending as-is or nearly as-is graphics, illustrations, or other design products to any outside printer, manufacturer, maker, or print-on-demand company, so that the outside person or company can make physical or digital end products on your Company’s behalf.
Not Covered Using as-is or nearly as-is graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects in a new digital design. See the Transformative Guidelines section below for guidance on how graphics would need to be modified, combined, and transformed for use in a new digital design.
Not Covered Reselling, redistributing, or in any way giving fonts or alphabet products to any other person or party, or converting the characters from fonts or alphabet products (such as embroidery alphabets or SVG alphabets) into any other product which is made up of letters, numbers, or other characters, with the intent that buyers of that converted product could use the characters to create text designs of their own.


Web Font Use

Covered Using a web font on a website owned and operated by the licensee Company, served from a site, cloud storage, or other online storage source operated and owned or rented by the licensee Company. This Corporate License covers an unlimited number of page views per month. Web fonts must be used in a way that protects the files from access and/or direct downloading by any third party from the source code of the viewer-facing website page which displays the text.
Covered Using a font on a Company-owned website in any web-based app, program, platform, or interface (herein “Platform”), which allows the Company’s customer or user to create text designs with the font. The Platform must deliver that design to the Company’s customer or user in either a non-editable, flattened digital format; or printed onto physical end products. Fonts must be used in a way that protects the files from access and/or direct downloading by any third party from the source code of the customer-facing website page which displays the text.
Not Covered Using a web font in any site or banner ad, or other digital advertisement, that is served on or from a website that is not owned and operated by the licensee Company.


Stock Images and Stock Footage (Video, Animation, or Motion Graphics)

Covered Use of stock images as-is (or modified to suit the licensee Company’s needs) in printed goods for personal, non-commercial use, such as framed wall art to decorate your own office space. Use of stock footage as-is (or modified to suit the licensee Company’s needs) in internal, non-commercial projects.
Covered Use of stock images or footage as-is (or modified to suit the licensee Company’s needs pursuant to the terms of this license) in video games, programs, mobile applications, and other software, as long as the stock product does not comprise the majority of the value of the software, and the software does not redistribute or resell the stock product to others. The stock product file must be encoded, protected, or hidden so that the user cannot extract that file from the app, program, or game.
Covered Use of stock images or footage as-is (or modified to suit the licensee Company’s needs pursuant to the terms of this license) in digital formats on the licensee Company’s social media accounts, personal websites, or blogs. Examples include, but are not limited to: a header image for a personal website; one of a set of photos or clips used in a blog post; or as part of a social media post with a phrase/sentiment written over the image. There is no limit to the number of impressions for this use type.
Covered Digital use of stock images or footage as-is (or modified to suit the licensee Company’s needs pursuant to the terms of this license) in advertising, editorial, and marketing; digital use as an illustration included in a larger work (such as one of a set of photos used in a magazine article, or one of a set of clips used in a news story). For editorial uses, attribution must be given to the image owner, formatted as “[shop name] / DesignBundles.net”. There is no limit to the number of impressions for this use type.
Covered Printed use of stock images as-is (or modified to suit the licensee Company’s needs pursuant to the terms of this license) in advertising, editorial material, marketing material, or product packaging. (Examples include, but are not limited to: advertising billboards, magazine or newspaper articles, flyers, brochures, business cards, or book covers.) For editorial uses, attribution must be given to the image owner, formatted as “[shop name] / DesignBundles.net”. There is no limit to the number of impressions for this use type.
Covered Use of stock images or any element from stock footage (such as a screencap) on physical merchandise printed or manufactured by the licensee Company, intended to be distributed or sold, where the image comprises the majority of the value of the merchandise. (Examples include, but are not limited to: posters and art prints, calendars, postcards, greeting cards, puzzles, shirts, mugs, or any other physical goods intended for resale.) There is no limit to the number of objects that may be manufactured by the licensee Company and sold.
Not Covered Resale or redistribution of the stand-alone stock product, or including the stock product as a part of any larger digital product intended for sale or distribution, including but not limited to: sharing the stock product with any other person or company; sending the stock product to a printer or POD site; or including the file in products such as website themes, website templates, flyer or brochure templates, and image or file collections.


Mockups and Flat-Lay Images

Covered Digital use for advertising, marketing, or display purposes where only the mocked-up object in the image has been modified to include the licensee Company’s custom artwork or design; the rest of the image can remain otherwise unchanged, or may be changed to suit the licensee Company’s needs. (Examples: advertising your physical shirt store with a scene image that includes a blank t-shirt, where your design is placed on the shirt; or showing your artwork in an image of a room, where your painting has been mocked up on the wall.)
Covered Print use for advertising, marketing, or display purposes where only the mocked-up object in the image has been modified to include the licensee Company’s custom artwork or design; the rest of the image can remain otherwise unchanged, or may be changed to suit the licensee Company’s needs.
Not Covered Resale or redistribution of any mockup or flat-lay product as a digital item, whether or not the mocked up object has been modified to include a custom design.


Scene Creators

Covered Creating a custom scene using the elements from a scene creator, which can be used as a digital image for your advertising, marketing, or product display purposes; or as an illustrative image for editorial purposes such as in a blog post, on social media, or in a magazine or newspaper story. There is no limit to the number of visual impressions for this use type.
Covered Creating a custom scene using the elements from a scene creator, which can be printed to any physical medium for use in advertising, editorial material, marketing material, or product packaging. (Examples include, but are not limited to: advertising billboards, magazine or newspaper articles, flyers, brochures, business cards, or book covers.) There is no limit to the number of physical items that may be created.
Not Covered Resale or redistribution of any flattened image created using a scene creator as any type of digital product, including as a stock image, a mockup, or a flat-lay image.


Software Add-On Use

Covered Using software add-ons (including but not limited to: Procreate Brushes, Photoshop Actions, Illustrator Styles, Smart Object Mockups, Lightroom Presets, and Canva templates) inside the applicable software, in order to create new and original work pursuant to the terms of this license.
Not Covered Removing or extracting any elements from software add-ons (such as brush shapes from Procreate Brushes, or patterns from Photoshop Actions) in order to resell or redistribute those elements, either on their own or inside any new software add-on product.


Apps, Software, and Video Games

Covered Using fonts as display text, menu text or other static, uneditable text in an app, program, or game, as long as the font files are encoded, protected, or hidden so that the end user cannot extract those font files from the app, program, or game.
Covered Using purchased graphics, illustrations, or clipart as flat, unmovable display images in an app, program, or game, as long as the image files are encoded, protected, or hidden so that the end user cannot extract those image files from the app, program, or game.
Covered Using a font in a Company-owned standalone application or program, or on a Company-owned website in any web-based app, program, platform, or interface (herein “Platform”), which allows the Company’s customer or user to create text designs with the font. The Platform must deliver that design to the Company’s customer or user in either a non-editable, flattened digital format; or printed onto physical end products. Fonts must be used in a way that protects the files from access and/or direct downloading by any third party from the source code of the viewer-facing website page which displays the text.
Covered/Limited Using a graphic, illustration, or other design element in any app, program, interface, system, or platform (herein “Platform”) where the Company’s customer or user can modify, overlay, and combine elements to create a new flattened custom transformative design. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how the design elements would need to be modified, combined, and transformed within the Platform to create a flattened design that can be delivered to the Platform’s user. Original purchased design elements must be used in a way that protects the files from access (such as hotlinking) and/or direct downloading by any third party from the source code of the viewer-facing website page which displays the text.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a new and original transformative work, which can then be uploaded to an app, program, interface, system, or platform (herein “Platform”) which allows end users of the Platform to use the modified graphic as-is for any purpose. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed.


Embroidery

Covered Creating digital designs of words and phrases in a font, and converting or digitizing those completed text designs into embroidery formats, either for the licensee Company’s own use or for sale to others.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a new and original transformative work, which can be digitized into embroidery formats. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed.
Not Covered Converting or digitizing the characters of a font into an embroidery alphabet or character set for sale to others, where the intent is that your customer could create their own text designs with those characters; or converting or digitizing purchased graphics as-is or nearly as-is into embroidery formats for sale to others.


Print-on-Demand or Third Party

Covered Using fonts to create flattened text designs of words, phrases, names, or quotes that can be uploaded by the licensee Company to a third-party or print-on-demand service (including but not limited to: Merch by Amazon, Kindle Direct Publishing, RedBubble, Society 6, Zazzle, CafePress, and Printful). The designs must be fully flattened so that the recipient service or party does not need the font itself to be able to use the design.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a new and original transformative work, which can then be uploaded to a third-party or print-on-demand service. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed.
Not Covered Uploading or sending as-is or nearly as-is graphics, illustrations, or any other design products to any outside printer, manufacturer, maker, or print-on-demand company, so that the outside person or company can make goods on the Company’s behalf, unless the Company has purchased the separate POD Add-On license as described below.


The POD Add-On

If a designer chooses to enable it, a separate add-on licensing fee for print-on-demand (POD) use may be available to purchase. This option overrides the restrictions in the Print-on-Demand or Third Party section as shown above, and covers others to create physical goods on the Company's behalf. This Add-On licensing fee is in addition to the Corporate License price, and may not be available for all products.
Covered If The POD Add-On is purchased, You may send or upload a licensed design as-is to any POD company, so that the POD company may create finished physical goods (such as printed shirts, mugs, or signs) on the Company's behalf. The POD company may ship the finished goods directly to the Company's customers, or they may ship the finished goods to you.
Covered If The POD Add-On is purchased, the Company may send or upload a licensed design as-is to any outside printer, manufacturer, or other third party maker so that they may print finished physical goods on the Company's behalf. The outside party may then ship the finished goods directly to the Company's customers, or they may ship the finished goods to the Company.
Not Covered Sharing any as-is designs with any other person, company, or third party so that they may print finished goods for their own use; sharing any as-is designs with any other third party so that they may share the designs with others for any reason. All designs sent to a print-on-demand company, printer, manufacturer, or other third party may only be used to create finished physical goods specifically for your Company and your Company's. This Add-On does not allow third parties to create tools (such as stamps, transfers, or stencils) or your behalf.


Sale or Distribution As-is

Not Covered Distributing files downloaded or purchased from our marketplace in any manner, including but not limited to: selling, giving away for free, sharing with friends, sharing with a design collective or group, or including as part of a package of products, software add-on, or new digital product.
Not Covered Pulling any individual elements out of a larger purchased work (for example, a single illustration from a 50-illustration clipart set; or the brush shape from a Photoshop brush file) and reselling, giving away, sharing, or otherwise redistributing those elements.
Not Covered Creating a digital product to sell/distribute which only consists of characters from a font, where the intent is that your customer can create their own text designs with those characters. This includes alphabet products such as an embroidery alphabet, SVG alphabet, or PNG alphabet set.
Not Covered Creating a digital product to sell/distribute where graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects are used as-is or nearly as-is, or closely resemble the design element purchased from us.


Customizing Platform and Programs

Covered Using a font on a Company-owned website in any web-based app, program, platform, or interface (herein “Platform”), which allows the Company’s customer or user to create text designs with the font. The Platform must deliver that design to the Company’s customer or user in either a non-editable, flattened digital format; or printed onto physical end products. Fonts must be used in a way that protects the files from access (such as hotlinking) and/or direct downloading by any third party from the source code of the viewer-facing website page which displays the text.
Covered Uploading a font to your Company-run, web-based shop inside another company’s marketplace or website, which allows your Company’s end user to create text designs of their own inside a preformatted template. Examples include sites such as Templett or Corjl, where the customer fills in text fields with their own information using the font in your structured template. The host system must deliver the completed design to your Company’s customer in either a non-editable, flattened digital format (such as a PDF); or printed onto physical end products. Fonts must be used in a way that protects the files from access (such as hotlinking) and/or direct downloading by any third party from the source code of the customer-facing website page which displays the text.
Covered/Limited Modifying graphics, illustrations, clipart, or other design objects and combining them with other elements (graphics/text) to create a new and original transformative work, which can then be uploaded to an app, program, interface, system, or platform (herein “Platform”) which allows end users of the Platform to use the modified graphic as-is for any purpose. See the Transformative Guidelines for examples of how purchased elements must be modified, combined, and transformed.
Covered/Limited Using an as-is graphic, illustration, or other design element in any app, program, interface, system, or platform (herein “Platform”) where the element will become one part of a larger overall design created by your Company’s customer inside the Platform. The Licensed Product may not comprise the majority of the value of the final design; and the Platform must produce either finished physical goods for the customer (such as printed wedding invitations, birthday invitations, or greeting cards) or a flattened digital product intended for your Company’s customer to print their own physical goods (such as a printable PDF of an invitation or greeting card). Original purchased design elements must be used in a way that protects the files from access (such as hotlinking) and/or direct downloading by any third party from the source code of the customer-facing website page.


Transformative Guidelines

Our base license only covers the licensee Company to create finished physical end products (including but not limited to: clothing, drinkware, household towels and linens, posters and prints, and jewelry) with purchased Design Bundles products. As-is or nearly as-is designs cannot be sent to any other person, printer, manufacturer, maker, print-on-demand site, or any other company for any purpose. The only exception to this restriction is if the Company purchases the separate POD Add-On supplemental license as described in its section above, which allows outside printers to create physical goods on the Company’s behalf in specific circumstances as stated in its section above.

In order to use products from our marketplace in any situation where the Company is not the one creating the final physical end products (situations including, but not limited to: creating new digital designs; creating digital work for clients such as logos; having an outside printer or manufacturer create physical goods on your Company’s behalf; creating stencils, stamps, and transfers; and sending designs to print-on-demand sites), any purchased items need to be edited, overlapped, and combined with other elements (graphics and/or text) so that they are just a part of a new and unique design—what's considered a “transformative work.”

While our licenses do allow the creation of transformative works, this type of use is not the main intended use or purpose for the products in our marketplace. It can take an extensive amount of design work to create something truly new and transformed from the original; for many designs in our marketplace, especially highly detailed and intricate work as well as print-ready designs, changing them enough to meet these guidelines may not be possible.

Below are examples of what is and is not allowed, and the minimum amount of modifying, combining, and overlapping we require when creating a new transformative work:

Example: Creating a new design using a purchased illustration:



Example: Creating a new design using a purchased print-ready text design:



Example: Creating a new design using a purchased silhouette or similar clipart:



Example: Creating a logo using a purchased illustration or clipart:



Example: Creating a new pattern using elements from a purchased pattern and new elements:



Example: Creating new designs using a purchased pattern:



Example: Creating new designs using purchased higher-detail illustrations:



Example: Creating products made from the individual characters of a font:

Additional Terms and Conditions

Ownership

The font software and graphic objects covered under this license are copyrighted, and contain intellectual property information protected by international copyright and design laws, and by international treaties. Any copyright and other rights belong to the original creator. This agreement does not give your Company the copyright to the font software or graphic object, or any ownership claim to those fonts or graphics; this agreement only licenses the non-exclusive rights to use the fonts and graphics as described in this document.

Modification of Font Software or Graphic Objects

The Company is allowed to modify the font software or graphic objects into derivative works. The Company may use these derivative works for commercial projects under the following conditions:

  • The Company may not distribute, reproduce, sell, transfer, license, or give away the Company’s derivative adaptations to any other person, company, or party.
  • Each user that has access to the modified font software or graphic object must be a licensed user of the original font software or graphic object.
  • The Company may not authorize, hire, or commission a third party to make customized versions of the font software or graphic object. Alterations to expanded vector outlines for use in logos and design elements are not considered to be a modification of the font software, and are permitted.
  • The Company may not convert original font software file formats to another format (with the exception of webfont formats) without express written consent from the original creator.
  • These restrictions apply to derivative works: works that rely strongly on the purchased font or graphic, and are not unique and original works that can stand alone as something new. See the main license text above for situations in which transformative works (new works that can stand alone as unique and original items, which only include modified portions of design elements from purchased graphics) can be created. All new font works made specifically from fonts are considered derivative works, no matter how extensively they are modified.

Expressly Prohibited Use

Licensed Product may not be used in any pornographic, fraudulent, illegal, harassing, immoral, offensive, infringing, or defamatory manner; such uses are, without limitation or reservation, strictly prohibited.

Furthermore, Licensed Products may not be used in a manner that:

  • May constitute or contribute to a criminal or civil tort or legal action.
  • May create a risk of any loss, damage, or harm to any person or property (public or private).
  • In our sole discretion, contains information or content that Design Bundles Ltd. determines to be harmful, unlawful, abusive, discriminatory, offensive, defamatory, infringing, harassing, libelous, threatening, profane, invasive of the privacy or publicity rights of a person or corporation, humiliating (either perceived or actual) to other people whether private or public, objectionable or for any other reason determined by Design Bundles Ltd. that would harm the reputation, integrity, image, or business of Design Bundles Ltd. or the individual store or creator of the Licensed Product(s).
  • Contains any illegal information or content that is illegal or unauthorized (which includes, without limitation or reservation, the violation of a third party’s trade secrets, securities laws, privacy laws, or information considered to be proprietary), that the Company does not have a right to make available under any law or violates a contractual or fiduciary relationship.
  • Contains any content that the Company knows is incorrect or out of date
  • Promotes or creates either a risk or actual harm, loss, physical or mental injury, emotional distress, death, disability, disfigurement, or physical or mental illness to the Company, to any other person, or to any animal.
  • Promotes or encourages discrimination or physical harm of any kind against any group or individual.

Disputes, Support, and Services

Design Bundles Ltd. agrees to grant this license on behalf of the owner or licensee of the Licensed Product. All service issues, support needs, and disputes will go through Design Bundles Ltd. as an intermediary between the owner or licensee of the Licensed Product and the Company.

This License shall be governed by, and construed in accordance with, English law; and the English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction to determine all disputes in relation to it except as listed in this License. The Company agrees that if it defaults in its obligations hereunder, damages alone would not be an adequate remedy, and an order for specific damages and no proof of special damages shall be necessary for the enforcement of its obligations hereunder.

The Company agrees that any dispute arising out of or in connection with this contract shall, at first instance, be referred to a mediator for resolution. The parties shall attempt to agree upon the appointment of a mediator, upon receipt, by either of them, of a written notice to concur in such appointment. Should the parties fail to agree within fourteen (14) days, either party, upon giving written notice, may apply to the President or the Vice President, for the time being, of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, for the appointment of a mediator.

Should the mediation fail, in whole or in part, either party may, upon giving written notice, and within twenty-eight (28) days thereof, apply to the President or the Vice President, for the time being, of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, for the appointment of a single arbitrator, for final resolution. The arbitrator shall have no connection with the mediator or the mediation proceedings, unless both parties have consented in writing. The arbitration shall be governed by both the Arbitration Act 1996 and the Controlled Cost Rules of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (2014 Edition), or any amendments thereof (“Rules”), which Rules are deemed to be incorporated by reference into this clause. The seat of the arbitration shall be England and Wales, and the location to be determined by Design Bundles Ltd. All proceedings and documents shall be in English.

  • Each party shall bear its own costs in the arbitration. Both parties agree that the following claims are exceptions to the agreement to arbitrate and maybe brought in a judicial proceeding in a court of competent jurisdiction: (i) any claim related to actual or threatened infringement, misappropriation or violation of a party’s copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, patents, or other intellectual property rights; (ii) any claim seeking emergency injunctive relief based on exigent circumstances (e.g., imminent danger or commission of a crime, hacking, cyber-attack); (iii) any claim arising solely from the Company’s alleged failure to pay fees due to Design Bundles Ltd. This arbitration provision will survive termination of this License.
  • THE COMPANY AND DESIGN BUNDLES LTD. AGREE THAT EACH MAY BRING CLAIMS AGAINST THE OTHER ONLY IN ITS INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY AND NOT AS A PLAINTIFF OR CLASS MEMBER IN ANY PURPORTED CLASS OR REPRESENTATIVE ACTION. Unless both the Company and Design Bundles Ltd. agree, no arbitrator or judge may consolidate more than one Company’s claims or otherwise preside over any form of a representative or class proceeding. The arbitrator may award injunctive relief only in favor of the individual party seeking relief and only to the extent necessary to provide relief warranted by that party’s individual claim.


  • In the event that the Company breaches any of the terms of this or any other agreement with Design Bundles Ltd., Design Bundles Ltd. shall have the right to terminate the Company’s account without further notice, in addition to Design Bundles Ltd.'s other rights at law and/or equity. Design Bundles Ltd. shall be under no obligation to permit further downloads of any purchases made by the Company, permit use of any previous licenses purchased by the Company, or to refund any fees paid by the Company in the event that the Company’s account is terminated by reason of a breach. Should Design Bundles Ltd. terminate this License for any of the reasons listed in this License or sustain any damages due to the Company’s use or misuse of this License, the Company agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold Design Bundles Ltd. harmless for any damages (either actual or compensatory) incurred by Design Bundles Ltd.

    Service issues and support needs may go through Design Bundles Ltd. customer support; creators may also work directly with the Company to ensure that their products are working as intended.

    Design Bundles Ltd. has the right to terminate the Company’s license immediately if the Company fails to comply with any term of this EULA. Upon termination, the Company must destroy the original and any copies of the software and documentation.