Third-party material is anything that was NOT created or designed by you - even if you use it in your design, and is borrowed from another source of origin. This means fonts, vectors, photos, creative common material, or any other material that you have not originally created.
Third-party material, for example, photos, means any material or any photos that have been taken by anyone else. The copyright belongs to the people who created this material.
CAN I USE THIRD-PARTY MATERIAL IN MY DESIGN?
In most projects, you are allowed to use third-party material but before utilizing any, please read the brief carefully, to make sure this is the case.
WHERE SHOULD I LIST ANY THIRD-PARTY MATERIAL USED IN MY SUBMISSION?
If stated in the brief it's allowed to use third-party materials in your submission, you must clearly cite your source(s). You can do this while in the draft mode or after you've published. Please link directly to the sources of any fonts, vectors, photos, creative common material, or any other material that you have not originally created and used in your submission.
- We'll ask you about third-party material on the Main Visual page and on any other idea page where you upload images.
- On the Submission Preview page before publishing your idea you must check two boxes:
the project terms."
- "I have not used any third-party material that has not been listed in the attachment
Please remember that unless third-party material is specifically cited, jovoto, as well as the client, will expect your work to be your original creations. You are legally responsible for any material not previously identified as a third party. If third-party material is not cited, your participation & compensation might be at risk.