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If you download our Free images as a Free user, remember that you need to credit the author by including the attribution line “Designed by Creativeezy”, in a clear and visible way, somewhere on the printed product or the digital image you create, and a link to www.creativeezy.com placed on the website where you use Creativeezy images. This link can be added next to the image or, if this is not possible, in the footer of the website.
You can read our article about attribution to learn more about it.
Creativeezy also offers Premium creative graphics, which are available only to users with an active subscription. To have access to these images, a subscription must be purchased.
There is a different download limits for the different Creativeezy users:
If you want to extend this limit, you need to register or purchase one of our subscriptions.
Registered free user:
As a registered free user, you have a limit of 5 downloads per day.
If you want to extend this limit, you need to purchase one of our subscriptions.
As a subscribed user, you have a limit of 100 downloads per day.
We want to allow our users to download a high number of resources. However, to avoid an irresponsible use of our assets, we have established this limit.
If you download the same file more than once in the same day, it will count as just one download. So for example, if you download the same file 3 times today, you will still have 99 downloads left for that day. Nevertheless, if you reach the 100 downloads limit, you won’t be able to download any more files, even if you have downloaded the same files earlier in the day.
If you download a file you have already downloaded on a previous day, it will count as a new download from the 100 enabled for the day.
If you think that the least you can do is thank the authors for the resources they’ve created, this is one way of doing it: you can include an attribution line, such as “Designed by Creativeezy” on the final product or design, whether it’s a digital or a physical product.
Below you can find some examples about how to add the attribution line:
Websites, blogs, e-books, newsletters
Usually, the best place to add the attribution line is next to the asset downloaded from Creativeezy and a link to our website (www.creativeezy.com). There are other alternatives, such as placing it in the footer of your website, blog or newsletter.
Here is an example:
The attribution must be always clear, visible and easy to find for your users or clients.
Social network profiles or posts
You may add the attribution line “Designed by Creativeezy” to the image or video you are using and/or include it in the description of your post, together with a link to www.Creativeezy.com
For printed products such as posters, books, magazines, vinyls, flyers, and more, a good place to add the attribution line is next to the image you are using. If you realize that it is not possible, perhaps you might want to place it somewhere else on that printed product you are creating.
If you’re printing a book using a resource from Creativeezy on the cover and you realize that it is not possible to add the attribution line on the cover itself, try placing it on the credits page or including it in the bibliography.
Example: "Cover designed by Creativeezy"
When creating videos, you may include the attribution line in the video itself by adding it to the credits or at the end of the video. Another alternative is to add a link to our website in the description of your video if it’s available for watching on an online platform.
When using our resources for a mobile app or game, you may include the attribution line on the credits section and/or in the description on the app store or website where your app or game is available.
In case you want to use our products without adding the attribution line, you must acquire one of our Creativeezy subscriptions.
If you want to use our resources for personal
use (not for selling), you are allowed to use them as the main elements in your
However, please note that the copyright of Creativeezy resources belongs to its author (Creativeezy), so you cannot register an image that includes any of our resources.
If you are a free user, even for personal use, you need to add the attribution to the product you create. You can find instructions on how to do this in our attribution article here.
As a subscribed member, you don't need to credit the author when using the resources, but make sure to download the licenses.
Remember, you are not allowed to commercialize, distribute the original or modified file to anyone, sublicense, resell, or rent any of Creativeezy resources.