Terms and Conditions

Who we are

Our website address is: http://pulsedesignlabs.com.

Contract Agreement Terms

1. General Terms

  • Prices are subject to change based on demand.
  • We have the right to reject any order for any reason.

2. Payment

  • Currency is in USD unless you live in Canada, in which case we will accept CAD (just a neighborly thing we do for fellow Canadians)
  • Can be paid 100% upfront or 50% upfront and 50% after colour approval. (note that 50% of the payment is considered a deposit and is non-refundable)
  • Do not send money until we have accepted to do your work. (We’ll ask at this point for the deposit payment.)

3. Process & Delivery

  • The time it takes to finish your job varies between 1 week and 1 month depending on factors such as health, the complexity of the work, or other work taking priority. In any case you can expect a communication of why it’s taking longer.
  • Once the piece is finished you will receive the full resolution production files you were promised. Note that there is no physical product. Depending on the request, we can arrange to have physical copies produced, but by default we are just providing digital assets. If you do want us to fulfill the print of a job, just ask!

4. Revisions

  • You get 2 rounds of revisions consisting of feedback up to 3 times on the job included in the price. Once at the ideation stage to confirm the initial art direction and once closer to the end to work on specific details.
  • A fee will be added if you want something changed on the final work (after the revisions)– unless a misunderstanding from my side has been made.
  • If you wish for me to change something in the design you have previously approved, I will charge you a fee to change it. The amount of the extra charge depends on the change you want me to make and is based on a billable hourly rate.
  • If your instructions are unclear to start with, changes will come at an extra charge if clarification is not communicated.

5. Copyright and Usage

  • I, Matt Jensen (the designer):
    • I reserve the right to cancel and refund the order at any time for any reason.
    • I retain all copyrights over the commissioned work.
    • I will NOT claim the intellectual property (IP) of the commissioned work.
    • I will NOT profit further from the commissioned work unless you (the customer) break any of the terms, or an alternative arrangement is made for something like a lower price.
    • I reserve the right to post the commissioned work online, on social media, in my portfolio, as well as in my own publications such as books.
  • You (the customer/client):
    • You may upload the commissioned work on any website and social channels.
    • You may NOT make profits from the commissioned work by re-selling it on it’s own (as a purchaseable file).
    • The work may NOT be used for something it was not designed for without prior consent (such as a book cover artwork being used for merchandise just as-is).
    • You may NOT alter the commissioned work without my (the designer’s) consent.
    • You retain the rights to the intellectual property (IP).
    • You may NOT use the commissioned work for commercial purposes if the invoice includes a “non-commercial discount”.
  • The following is considered copyright infringement:​
    • Claiming the work as your own
    • Altering the work without my consent
  • Commercial rights to the commissioned work are non-transferrable. (if the ownership of a business changes for example) If this is a concern you have at any point, please contact us and we can work something out.

6. Cancellations and Refund Policy

  • The buyer is not allowed a refund once I started working on the job.
  • If for any reason we are unable to start your job at all, you will receive a full refund.
  • The deposit is non-refundable as it holds your spot in our schedule and covers our cost to get started. It can only be refunded if for some reason we are unable to even start your job.
  • If you are getting a refund, do not request a PayPal chargeback. We will transfer the money back to you ourselves.
  • If you request a PayPal chargeback at any point when you were not allowed to ask for a refund you will lose all beforementioned rights to the commissioned piece and we will have the full right to profit further from it in any way. We will decline the chargeback and supply PayPal with our conversations in which we talk about the work as evidence that we have completed work for you. Furthermore, you will be blacklisted from hiring us again.

What You Get

  • Drafts/mockups that you must decide which one I should continue with (depending on the complexity of the job there might be fewer or more drafts)
    • The draft stage is where you are allowed to comment on composition and layout, as this is the hardest part of a design to change at the end.
  • Insight and involvement in the final stage of the art direction (things like colour, font, and effects)
  • Full-resolution file of final design and a smaller version for internet upload. Final file formats are usually PNG or JPEG (depending on your preference) as well as a PDF. (Editable PSD, AI, and INDD files available for an extra charge)

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Who we share your data with

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Where we send your data

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