Items purchased under the Standard License may be used to create End Products for Sale where lifetime sales of the End Product for Sale do not exceed 5 units. Items purchased under the Extended License may be used to create End Products for Sale that may be sold an unlimited number of times.
|Usage Type||Standard License||Extended License|
|Personal Use||5 Projects||10 Projects|
|Commercial Use||1 Project||1 Project|
|End Product for Sale||1 Project, up to 50 sales||1 Project, unlimited sales|
Yes. However, if the client intends to sell more than 5 units of the End Product you create, you will need to go for an Extended License or multiple Standard Licenses.
No. You own your rights to the templates you purchase on Brix Store. You cannot transfer the rights to someone else.
End Products are significantly different than the original items you purchase on Brix Store. It requires time, effort and skill to product this End Product. End Products must not be sold in a way that is directly competitive with the original item you purchased. End Products must not redistribute the original item to any third parties in a manner that allows for the extraction of the original item.
For templates purchased on Brix Store:
End Product must be a unique implementation of the item, often requiring limited copy and content changes. For example, if you purchase a resume template, you may use the item for yourself or a client after having input personal information (you may not resell it as stock).
An End Product For Sale can be either a digital design or physical item that you and/or your client intend to sell to more than a single person (wholesale, drop-shipping, etc.). For example, if you purchase a template and include it in a blockchain project designed for a single, paid client, this is not considered an End Product for Sale. If you purchase that same template and incorporate it into a calendar that you design and sell to multiple people, that is considered an End Product for Sale.
Both the Standard and Extended Licenses allow for Personal Use and Commercial Work for many kinds. However, if the purchased templates are used in an End Product for Sale (either by your or a client), special terms apply.
Personal Use is defined as using purchased items in a manner that no potential monetary gain. Personal Use projects cannot be related to any business, non-profit, or other organization of any kind. All purchased items may be used in 5 Persona Use Projects. Example of Personal Use include using a template to create a in-house asset tracking system, or any project that does not exceed more than 20 peers.
We define Commercial Work to be any work done that is not for Personal Use. Synonymous terms include Contracted Work and Client Work.
People who are making the Brix Store templates set their own price for both Standard and Extended Licenses. So the prices will vary from template to template.
No. Some templates does not have Extended License option.
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