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- Copyrighted Materials
- Trademarks and Logotypes
ConceptDraw Team is an alliance of professionals in different fields, who joined together to produce high-quality software products. We are organized in a legal entity CS Odessa Corp. under the laws of Ukraine.
ConceptDraw Team is pleased to welcome you to our website. We hope this regulatory legal page will help you to interact with us in the best way possible and answer your most frequently asked questions.
We tend to broader and freer distribution of information. Knowledge should be shared so most of the objects of intellectual property presented on this website can be freely used by all interested.
ConceptDraw Team reserves all intellectual property rights and protects them according to international laws exclusively with the purpose of securing the policy of transparency and free access to knowledge.
You must meet all the general requirements listed below in order to use any of our intellectual property (IP):
- Your use may not be obscene or pornographic, and may not be disparaging, defamatory, or libelous to ConceptDraw Team, any of our products, or any other person or entity.
- You may not use our IP in a comparative advertisement.
- You may not use any of ConceptDraw Team’s IP as a link to your website.
- Your use may not directly or indirectly imply ConceptDraw Team sponsorship, affiliation, or endorsement of your product or service.
- You may not alter the IP objects in any way except to resize them. Your use must contain the entire IP object. You may not use only portions of the IP objects and no portions of an object may be included in your product.
- If your use includes references to a ConceptDraw product, the full name of the product must be referenced at the first and most prominent mention (ConceptDraw® Office, ConceptDraw® PRO, ConceptDraw® MINDMAP, ConceptDraw® PROJECT).
- You may freely, on your sole discretion, use objects of intellectual property produced with legally obtained ConceptDraw Team’s products.
- You may use trademarks, logos, icons, graphic symbols owned by ConceptDraw Team in order to notice that a result was obtained by use ConceptDraw Team product. For example: “Made in ConceptDraw Office”.
The copyrighted materials directly mentioned here are free to be used on the terms of Creative Commons “Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives” License, the text of it you can find at: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0.
Under the terms of this license the following materials are available:
- ConceptDraw Products Overview
- Users Stories
- Getting Started Guides
- Video Lessons
- Advertisement and information video
- ConceptDraw Samples (Screen shots)
Trademarks and Logotypes
“ConceptDraw” is registered trademark of CS Odessa Corp. exclusively used by ConceptDraw Team to identify our products and services.
You may not use or register, in whole or in part, “ConceptDraw”, “CS Odessa” or any other ConceptDraw Team’s trademark, including ConceptDraw Team owned graphic symbols, logos, icons, or an alteration thereof, as or as part of a company name, trade mark, product name, or service name unless you have a written permission from ConceptDraw Team.
ConceptDraw Team does not support the use of its logos, team names, company names, product names, or images of ConceptDraw products by other parties in marketing, promotional or advertising materials as their use may create the perception that ConceptDraw Team endorses or sponsors the product, service or promotion.
You may not manufacture, sell or give-away merchandise items, such as T-shirts and mugs, bearing “ConceptDraw”, “CS Odessa” or any other ConceptDraw Team trademark, including symbols, logos, or icons, except pursuant to an express written trademark license from ConceptDraw Team.
When use trademarks, logos, icons or graphic symbols, owned by ConceptDraw Team, you should give a notice about the rights ownership. Such notice should look like; “(Trademark, logo, icon, graphic symbol) is a registered trademark of the ConceptDraw Team”.
You may not use the ConceptDraw Logo or any other ConceptDraw Team owned graphic symbol, logo, or icon on or in connection with websites, products, packaging, manuals, promotional/advertising materials, or for any other purpose except pursuant to an express written trademark license from ConceptDraw Team.
There is an individual logo for each ConceptDraw product. Each one is a registered trademark of ConceptDraw Team. You may not use product logos without prior written permission.
ConceptDraw Trade Dress
You may not imitate the distinctive ConceptDraw products packaging, website design, logos, or typefaces.
Rules for Proper Use of ConceptDraw Word Trademarks
- Trademarks are adjectives used to modify nouns; the noun is the generic name of a product or service.
- As adjectives, trademarks may not be used in the plural or possessive form. The correct way is: “I would like to by three ConceptDraw licenses”.
- An appropriate generic term must appear after the trademark, the first time it appears in a printed piece, and as often as it reasonable after that.
- Always spell and capitalize ConceptDraw Team’s trademarks exactly as they are shown here. Do not shorten or abbreviate product names. Do not make up names that contain ConceptDraw Team’s trademarks.
- On printed sources, product documentations, or other product communications use the appropriate trademark symbol (®) the first time the ConceptDraw trademark appears in the text of the advertisement, brochure, or other material.
Referring to the ConceptDraw Team, our products and company
You may use a “ConceptDraw”, “CS Odessa” word mark in connection with book titles, magazines, periodicals, seminars, or conferences provided you comply with the following requirements:
- The use is referential and less prominent than the rest of the title. Acceptable: ANNUAL MEETING for ConceptDraw Products Users.
- Your name and logo appear more prominent than the “ConceptDraw” or “CS Odessa” word marks on all printed materials related to the publication, seminar, conference or meeting.
- In at least the first reference, but when it is appropriate, the word mark should be set apart from the other text by capitalizing, italicizing, bolding or underlining it.