The information on this page is intended to make clear the license types available for purchasing products on J. Oliver Designs and how you are legally allowed to use them. Please read the following information carefully. If you have any questions, get in touch and I’ll do my best to help.
You will need a Personal License if you plan to create not-for profit designs for your own personal use. This means that whatever you create, you do not sell it or use it in any kind of marketing or advertising that promotes a paid product or service. For example, if you make greeting cards that you give freely to your friends and family and you want to use one of my resources you can use a Personal License. The same applies if you create prints that you hang on your walls at home, or if you design a mobile device case that you plan to use for yourself or give to a friend as a gift.
As long as you are not selling or distributing items using these resources you can use the Personal License.
You will need a Commercial License for anything you create that you plan to sell, monetise, or use for marketing or advertising purposes (e.g. products, paid services, ebooks, advertisements, banners on a store website, apps, social media promotions, email banners used to promote products or paid services). Commercial Licenses usually apply to businesses or corporations. If you are creating a logo or branding package for a client, you will need a Commercial License.
You can produce and sell up to 500 units for one product only. If you want to produce additional units you will need to re-purchase the Commercial License, up to 500 additional units and for that one product only. If you want to use my resources in a different commercial product or project, you will also need to purchase a fresh Commercial License.
Example: you want to create t-shirt designs using my resources and sell them on your Etsy store, so you purchase one Commercial License. You produce 500 t-shirts and sell them all. If you want to create 1 more t-shirt to sell, you will need to re-purchase the Commercial License. If you then decide that you want to create phone cases using my resources and sell them on your store, you will also need to purchase another fresh Commercial License and you can sell up to 500 phone cases before you will need to purchase the license again.
Extended Commercial License
You can produce and sell up to 10,000 units for one product only. If you want to produce additional units you will need to re-purchase the Extended Commercial License, up to 10,000 additional units and for that one product only. If you want to use my resources in a different commercial product up to 10,000 units, you will also need to purchase a fresh Extended Commercial License.
If you expect that your products using my design resources will sell well in excess of 10,000 units and you would like me to tailor a license for you, please get in touch.
I, J. Oliver Designs (the Licensor), hold the Copyright to the products sold on this website. This means that when you (the Licensee) purchase my products you purchase the right to use them in your own projects, but you do not own the rights to the resources sold on this website in any way.
You may not register any of my products under a trademark in their original form (e.g. as they are sold on this website). This is because they are available to other buyers and are therefore not eligible for trademark. A breach of this agreement could result in legal action.
You do NOT have the right to:
- Re-sell, re-package or rename any of these products on other websites, blogs or through file sharing sites, email services, or any other digital sharing method, including re-uploading them to stock sites or digital marketplaces. This is a copyright infringement and could result in legal action.
- Give away, rent or lease the resources you purchase on this site to any other person, organisation or website.
- Claim that you are the author of the resources purchased on this website. All rights are held by me (Jennifer Oliver, owner of J. Oliver Designs).
- Use these resources in any way that could be deemed harmful to others, including but not limited to using them in racist, homophobic or sexist material.