Ignite your imagination | Graphic & Web Design Services, Marketing & Branding Solutions

the legal step to completion


time to sign off your project

scope of copyright transfer

Example of these included variations could include: multiple colour versions; size and dimensional variations: landscape and portrait; reversed out versions; social media profile images; favicon; etc.

Unless otherwise agreed and arranged, Ignite your imagination (Pty) Ltd reserve the right to showcase the finished Logo and associated designs in our project portfolio, and in any number of online galleries, as well as in printed literature including, but not limited to: books, catalogues, brochures and magazines.

Restrictions & Caveats

The Copyright Transfer Form does not give you permission, to: use, modify, alter, replicate or borrow, any of the previous and unused; logo ideas, concepts, sketches previously shown and presented during the course of the project.

All original preparation materials, sketches, visuals and unused ideas previously shown, and considered, will remain the property of Ignite your imagination (Pty) Ltd.

Ignite your imagination (Pty) Ltd is free to use these unused ideas for future conceptual, and client work. Where a previously unused idea/design retains a similar look and style to the finished logo, Ignite your imagination (Pty) Ltd repurpose and style as to be sufficiently different so as not to cause conflict.

(The Client) are free to change, modify and adapt the finished Logo design as you see fit, but (the client) do so at own risk, and at the risk of diluting, or causing confusion, over your existing Brand Identity.

Trademark & Registered Trademark ®

It is important to note that Copyright is not the same as a Trademark, or Registered Trademark. This form does not provide any Trademark ownership, or protection. If (the client) seeks brand protection, then applying for a Trademark is the way to go. Unfortunately, Ignite your imagination (Pty) Ltd is unable to help with this process due to complex nature of hiring a lawyer, and correctly applying & registering for a Trademark.