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Graphic-Spark says

Hi,

Just wondering what the deal is with using Dribbble images in TF creations?

Are you aloud to use them for your demo and are you aloud to include them with your project?

I can’t seem to find anything to say you can’t, all it says on their site is
Give due credit. I’ll link back to Dribbble when posting Dribbble content elsewhere.

I have seen one author that has included some images in their demo but not sure about their actual project. They have however stated in the description that some images came from Dribbble.

Just wondering if anyone could clear this up a bit?

Cheers!

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vuzzu says

As far as the author permits you to expose its images on your demo site its not a big problem so you have to contact the author of images at least in order to be more safe to prevent redoing the process.

Most of authors become happy when people use their products on other products for demo purposes but when it comes to client end scenario they regret doing that. You must clearly explain to your buyers that the demo data is only for demo data and not for further use.

If crediting author is enough to get the permission for use of images that doesn’t cost you a thing.
Always contact the author and ask their permission its the best nature of work.

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Graphic-Spark says

Great, thank you for clearing that up.

Kind regards

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