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    AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services

    This agreement allows you to create customized terms and conditions for different types of design engagements. Updated in 2013, it is modular to meet the needs of a growing design community involved in various disciplines.

    How to use the contract template

    The AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services does not take a one-size-fits-all approach, and it is not an extensive pre-printed document where you simply fill in the blanks. Instead, this agreement acknowledges that most design firms develop their own custom proposal document for each project and are looking for an appropriate set of terms and conditions to attach to it. When put together and signed, the custom proposal document and its attached terms and conditions comprise the binding agreement with the client. With this in mind, the focus of the agreement is on those terms and conditions. In addition to being more customizable, this modularity helps keep individual agreements down to a more manageable size.

    The first two modules, Basic Terms Conditions and Intellectual Property Provisions. should be used for all design assignments. An additional three modules are provided as supplements that can be added to the agreement as needed: Print-specific Terms Conditions. Interactive-specific Terms Conditions and Environmental-specific Terms Conditions .



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    AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services

    This agreement allows you to create customized terms and conditions for different types of design engagements. Updated in 2013, it is modular to meet the needs of a growing design community involved in various disciplines.

    How to use the contract template

    The AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services does not take a one-size-fits-all approach, and it is not an extensive pre-printed document where you simply fill in the blanks. Instead, this agreement acknowledges that most design firms develop their own custom proposal document for each project and are looking for an appropriate set of terms and conditions to attach to it. When put together and signed, the custom proposal document and its attached terms and conditions comprise the binding agreement with the client. With this in mind, the focus of the agreement is on those terms and conditions. In addition to being more customizable, this modularity helps keep individual agreements down to a more manageable size.

    The first two modules, Basic Terms Conditions and Intellectual Property Provisions. should be used for all design assignments. An additional three modules are provided as supplements that can be added to the agreement as needed: Print-specific Terms Conditions. Interactive-specific Terms Conditions and Environmental-specific Terms Conditions .



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    AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services

    This agreement allows you to create customized terms and conditions for different types of design engagements. Updated in 2013, it is modular to meet the needs of a growing design community involved in various disciplines.

    How to use the contract template

    The AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services does not take a one-size-fits-all approach, and it is not an extensive pre-printed document where you simply fill in the blanks. Instead, this agreement acknowledges that most design firms develop their own custom proposal document for each project and are looking for an appropriate set of terms and conditions to attach to it. When put together and signed, the custom proposal document and its attached terms and conditions comprise the binding agreement with the client. With this in mind, the focus of the agreement is on those terms and conditions. In addition to being more customizable, this modularity helps keep individual agreements down to a more manageable size.

    The first two modules, Basic Terms Conditions and Intellectual Property Provisions. should be used for all design assignments. An additional three modules are provided as supplements that can be added to the agreement as needed: Print-specific Terms Conditions. Interactive-specific Terms Conditions and Environmental-specific Terms Conditions .



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    AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services

    This agreement allows you to create customized terms and conditions for different types of design engagements. Updated in 2013, it is modular to meet the needs of a growing design community involved in various disciplines.

    How to use the contract template

    The AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services does not take a one-size-fits-all approach, and it is not an extensive pre-printed document where you simply fill in the blanks. Instead, this agreement acknowledges that most design firms develop their own custom proposal document for each project and are looking for an appropriate set of terms and conditions to attach to it. When put together and signed, the custom proposal document and its attached terms and conditions comprise the binding agreement with the client. With this in mind, the focus of the agreement is on those terms and conditions. In addition to being more customizable, this modularity helps keep individual agreements down to a more manageable size.

    The first two modules, Basic Terms Conditions and Intellectual Property Provisions. should be used for all design assignments. An additional three modules are provided as supplements that can be added to the agreement as needed: Print-specific Terms Conditions. Interactive-specific Terms Conditions and Environmental-specific Terms Conditions .



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    AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services

    This agreement allows you to create customized terms and conditions for different types of design engagements. Updated in 2013, it is modular to meet the needs of a growing design community involved in various disciplines.

    How to use the contract template

    The AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services does not take a one-size-fits-all approach, and it is not an extensive pre-printed document where you simply fill in the blanks. Instead, this agreement acknowledges that most design firms develop their own custom proposal document for each project and are looking for an appropriate set of terms and conditions to attach to it. When put together and signed, the custom proposal document and its attached terms and conditions comprise the binding agreement with the client. With this in mind, the focus of the agreement is on those terms and conditions. In addition to being more customizable, this modularity helps keep individual agreements down to a more manageable size.

    The first two modules, Basic Terms Conditions and Intellectual Property Provisions. should be used for all design assignments. An additional three modules are provided as supplements that can be added to the agreement as needed: Print-specific Terms Conditions. Interactive-specific Terms Conditions and Environmental-specific Terms Conditions .



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    AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services

    This agreement allows you to create customized terms and conditions for different types of design engagements. Updated in 2013, it is modular to meet the needs of a growing design community involved in various disciplines.

    How to use the contract template

    The AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services does not take a one-size-fits-all approach, and it is not an extensive pre-printed document where you simply fill in the blanks. Instead, this agreement acknowledges that most design firms develop their own custom proposal document for each project and are looking for an appropriate set of terms and conditions to attach to it. When put together and signed, the custom proposal document and its attached terms and conditions comprise the binding agreement with the client. With this in mind, the focus of the agreement is on those terms and conditions. In addition to being more customizable, this modularity helps keep individual agreements down to a more manageable size.

    The first two modules, Basic Terms Conditions and Intellectual Property Provisions. should be used for all design assignments. An additional three modules are provided as supplements that can be added to the agreement as needed: Print-specific Terms Conditions. Interactive-specific Terms Conditions and Environmental-specific Terms Conditions .



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    As countries begin to redesign their passports to incorporate new security features, here’s how designers are bringing a modern aesthetic to local culture and history.

    As the largest professional association of designers in the world, AIGA is committed to advancing the value and impact of design, both locally and globally, and working together to inspire, support and learn from each other, at every stage of our careers. Whether you’re an established designer looking to give back or a student just starting out, there’s a membership level for you.

    AIGA’s Get Out the Vote invites designers to create nonpartisan posters that inspire the American public to participate in the general and local elections.

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    AIGA_Nebraska (AIGA Nebraska)
    The AIGA Design Conference is the biggest event of the year for creatives from all across the country. https://t.co/D9iqIlthRo #aigadesign

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    AIGA San Francisco
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    AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services

    This agreement allows you to create customized terms and conditions for different types of design engagements. Updated in 2013, it is modular to meet the needs of a growing design community involved in various disciplines.

    How to use the contract template

    The AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services does not take a one-size-fits-all approach, and it is not an extensive pre-printed document where you simply fill in the blanks. Instead, this agreement acknowledges that most design firms develop their own custom proposal document for each project and are looking for an appropriate set of terms and conditions to attach to it. When put together and signed, the custom proposal document and its attached terms and conditions comprise the binding agreement with the client. With this in mind, the focus of the agreement is on those terms and conditions. In addition to being more customizable, this modularity helps keep individual agreements down to a more manageable size.

    The first two modules, Basic Terms Conditions and Intellectual Property Provisions. should be used for all design assignments. An additional three modules are provided as supplements that can be added to the agreement as needed: Print-specific Terms Conditions. Interactive-specific Terms Conditions and Environmental-specific Terms Conditions .



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    AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services

    This agreement allows you to create customized terms and conditions for different types of design engagements. Updated in 2013, it is modular to meet the needs of a growing design community involved in various disciplines.

    How to use the contract template

    The AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services does not take a one-size-fits-all approach, and it is not an extensive pre-printed document where you simply fill in the blanks. Instead, this agreement acknowledges that most design firms develop their own custom proposal document for each project and are looking for an appropriate set of terms and conditions to attach to it. When put together and signed, the custom proposal document and its attached terms and conditions comprise the binding agreement with the client. With this in mind, the focus of the agreement is on those terms and conditions. In addition to being more customizable, this modularity helps keep individual agreements down to a more manageable size.

    The first two modules, Basic Terms Conditions and Intellectual Property Provisions. should be used for all design assignments. An additional three modules are provided as supplements that can be added to the agreement as needed: Print-specific Terms Conditions. Interactive-specific Terms Conditions and Environmental-specific Terms Conditions .



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    • 2016 AIGA Design Conference
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    As countries begin to redesign their passports to incorporate new security features, here’s how designers are bringing a modern aesthetic to local culture and history.

    As the largest professional association of designers in the world, AIGA is committed to advancing the value and impact of design, both locally and globally, and working together to inspire, support and learn from each other, at every stage of our careers. Whether you’re an established designer looking to give back or a student just starting out, there’s a membership level for you.

    AIGA’s Get Out the Vote invites designers to create nonpartisan posters that inspire the American public to participate in the general and local elections.

    Featured job

    Los Angeles, California
    August 31 2016

    AIGA_Nebraska (AIGA Nebraska)
    The AIGA Design Conference is the biggest event of the year for creatives from all across the country. https://t.co/D9iqIlthRo #aigadesign

    AIGA Medalist

    I am AIGA

    AIGA San Francisco
    Member since 2016

    Chapter news

    September 09, 2016

    September 01, 2016

    September 06, 2016

    Featured portfolio

    AIGA, the professional association for design