Terms & Conditions 2017-01-30T22:35:03+00:00


The Client represents that all website content including logos, trademarks, photos, illustrations, audio, video, and written content provided to The Company are owned by the Client, or the Client has received explicit permission for use, and do not violate United States copyright law. Client has also received permission from all individuals photographed to be shown on the web. Each person in photos going online understands that their face will be seen on the Internet. Any names and contact information placed on the website also have been provided with consent from each individual. Client agrees to indemnify and hold iDS harmless against all claims, including but not limited to claims of copyright or trademark infringement, violations of the rights of privacy or publicity or defamation, arising out of use of the work.

The Client shall be responsible for making additional payments for changes in original assignment requested by the Client. However, no additional payment shall be made for changes required to conform to the original assignment description.

Testing and Acceptance Procedures
iDS will make every good-faith effort to test all elements of the web site thoroughly and make all necessary corrections as a result of such testing prior to handing over the deliverables to the Client. Upon receipt of the web site, the Client shall either accept the web site and make the final payment set forth herein or provide iDS with written notice of any corrections to be made and a suggested date for completion, which should be mutually acceptable to both iDS and the Client.

Ownership of Copyright
iDS acknowledges and agrees that the Client retains all rights to copyright in the subject material.
Ownership and Return of Artwork
All content created by iDS and/or her subcontractors for the Client are the property of the Client. Client hereby grants to iDS the right to use the work for demonstration of past work performed via portfolio or advertising.

Accessibility, Usability, Cross-Platform Issues
The designer will do their best to make sites as accessible, useable, and cross-platform as possible. Client understands that some site features will cause a website to not meet these standards 100%. The Client understands that no website will look and function identically all browsers and operating systems and that any attempt to do so is futile. Client will be informed if features requested by the Client will negatively impact website accessibility, usability, and cross-platform use. Client agrees to indemnify and hold iDS harmless against all claims with regard to these matters.