Non Original Standards

Non-Original Standards on Motionblue.net

Motionblue.net values individuals’ hard work and creativity. As a platform that supports content creators, artists, designers, writers and creatives around the world, it is of the utmost importance to us that original work is presented and delivered at all times. We will take swift and serious action against any non-original products, services or content being sent and/or delivered as original products, services or content. The following standards refer to posted or delivered graphic designs on Motionblue.net.

 

Non-Original Design Standards

Do not portray, sell or deliver others’ work as your own.

 

Elements that can be similar:

 

Generic shapes – for example, points, lines, squares, ellipsoids, cones, etc.

 

Functional designs – for example, a circle, a square, a diamond, heart, ears on a tiger, wheels on a car, or green color to convey environmental responsibility.

 

Uncopyrightable elements – non-protectable content such as:

 

Short phrases like ‘Show me the moola’ or ‘Bring me up’.

 

Facts and theories like scientific facts or the Quantum theory.  

 

Abstract Ideas but not the way an idea is expressed. For example, the very basic plot of comics can be an idea but not the way the designer expressed that idea.     

 

Materials that are commonly found in a work of a particular type (for example, the presence of castles, knights, and dragons in a medieval story); Certain elements and details of creative content that are customary or considered necessary to a particular genre. 

 

Unique concept: Sellers / Vendors must create their own unique implementations of elements, even if the elements are not new, creating a new design concept.

 

Stock Image, and template policy

Please make sure to have all required licenses for using the stock image or template in your delivery.

 

Stock Image:

 

Please make sure to use a legitimate stock image from authorized agencies.

 

Please do not deliver post stock images “as is”.

 

Stock images can be used in a transformative way as a part of your delivery.

 

Templates:

 

When or in case you decide to start your design, service or content work by using a template, please be sure that your final delivered design, service or content is significantly different from the template design, that it has a new look and feel, a unique concept, and transformative use. 

 

You are permitted to provide content, service or product that relies on templates found online, but please specify that in your products, services or content.

 

Sellers / Vendors who heavily rely on templates in order for them to do their work will always be allowed to use templates on our platform.

 

Publication

Delivered work must be customized and unique, meaning the products, services or content has not been previously published online or offline and has been invented for the first time.

 

Posted designs in Seller / Vendors work, in regards to Graphics & Design category: the design must be the seller’s original work but can be previously published on the designer’s websites or social media. In addition, publishing a products, services or content that was previously delivered on Motionblue.net, must be done with the full consent of the buyer who ordered the image.

 

Intellectual Property

Motionblue.net content is based on User Generated Content (UGC). If you believe any of the uploaded content violates your copyright or a related exclusive right, you should contact us on support@motionblue.net

 

Upon receipt of a report from a rights holder or an authorized representative, we will remove or restrict content that engages in:

 

Copyright infringement

 

Trademark infringement

 

Incorporating other sellers’ work in your delivery versus profit Arbitrage

Sellers / Vendors are welcome to incorporate purchases which they have all required rights to, in their deliveries. For example, designs as backgrounds for music videos, images for websites, images for presentations, etc. With that said, by no means can purchases be delivered “as is” with no significant added change, value or transformative use, under the misconception that it is the seller’s original work and in order to gain profit from price differences.