Below, you will find information about the license you obtain when purchasing templates individually or by subscription. If you would like to learn more about extended licensing options, please contact us.
When you purchase a template, it is overseen by our Standard License. Under this licence, you have a recurring right to use the template(s) multiple times for multiple projects without incurring additional fees. The rights granted to you are non-exclusive, non-transferable and personal to you. However, when you customise a template, you may transfer the resulting hereditary work to your printer and to your client who may make edits and changes to the files but may not use them to create new projects.
The Standard License does not permit the display of our templates on a website or an intranet, whether or not for sale or download. For this you would need an Extended License.
Extended Licences provide all the rights granted in the Standard Licence, and allows you to create products for resale such as electronic templates and design template applications including "print on demand" services.
In terms of providing your project as a free product, the main difference is that under the regular licence, your end product (incorporating the item you’ve licenced) is distributed for free, whereas under the extended licence your end product may be sold. So if the design template is going to be sold instead of free, the extended license would be needed.
If the end users need to pay to see the end product (e.g. you selling the product) then you need an Extended License. There can be more than one end user as long as there is only one end product.