In consideration of CLIENT’S payment and commitment to abide by the terms and conditions of this agreement, QUADE GRAPHIQS agrees to provide Web and Graphic Design and Development services as outlined in the provided Quote. Pricing and Terms for additional services that are outside of the provided quote are to be negotiated separately.
Web Site Hosting and Domain Name Registration/Renewal services are the responsibility of the CLIENT.
Delivery of Content
This agreement assumes that CLIENT will provide all text in electronic format. All photographs and other graphics are to be provided in high quality print suitable for scanning or in an electronic graphic format. Text on typed pages, scanned or hard-copy is acceptable but CLIENT will be charged a transfer fee per page of text.
Content writing services are available through QUADE GRAPHIQS by a third-party associate for a separate fee. If the CLIENT wishes to have the Web site content written, a quote will be developed based upon the size of the site (the number of pages requiring content) and the amount of “starter-copy” provided by the CLIENT.
Copyright and Permission
It is the sole responsibility of the CLIENT to obtain all necessary permissions and authorizations with regard to the use of all copy, graphic images, company logos, trademarks, and or any other supplied material. Every contracted work will be seen as a guarantee that all such permissions have been obtained.
This agreement includes custom code related to page design, layout, and functionality that is property of QUADE GRAPHIQS. Such code is licensed to the CLIENT for use only as installed by QUADE GRAPHIQS and only for this one site. This code may not be distributed modified or copied with out express written consent of QUADE GRAPHIQS under Intellectual Property Laws.
Access and Rights
QUADE GRAPHIQS must be granted access to the server directory where the design is to be placed. By consenting to this agreement, it is also granting QUADE GRAPHIQS full “on demand” access to the installed files. CLIENT further agrees that QUADE GRAPHIQS shall have the right to remove “our” design from public view for failure to adhere to the terms of this agreement. These could include violating licensing agreement or failure to pay fees duly assessed.
QUADE GRAPHIQS cannot and will not be held responsible for modifications, alterations, or deletions made by any third party. CLIENT acknowledges and agrees that QUADE GRAPHIQS has no control over and will not be liable for the unlawful acts of others who access CLIENT’S installed and publicly posted materials.
Right of Refusal
QUADE GRAPHIQS reserves the right to refuse service for any content deemed inappropriate, illegal, or immoral. QUADE GRAPHIQS may cancel this agreement for failure of CLIENT to abide by these terms.
Submitted for Your Approval
QUADE GRAPHIQS will post all site work done to the Web hosting company’s server of the CLIENT’S choice for review by CLIENT. This will allow the CLIENT an opportunity to review the appearance and content of scripted material. All custom programming and custom graphics including logos, animations, and flash programming provided for CLIENT per the original contract will be considered as part of the finished product even if the CLIENT decides not to use them. If the CLIENT request changes outside the limits of the original contract, CLIENT agrees to pay QUADE GRAPHIQS web design fees on a per hour basis. Unless QUADE GRAPHIQS is notified via e-mail within ten (10) days of posting review, QUADE GRAPHIQS will consider the material deemed acceptable by the CLIENT. Payment of the fee balance will then become due.
Posting to Server
Upon payment of balance, QUADE GRAPHIQS will post (install) pages to CLIENT’S server (site location). This may take several days depending on the setup times and server side changes that need to be made.
CLIENT acknowledges and agrees that QUADE GRAPHIQS cannot guarantee constant Web server service because of the variables involved. Circumstances beyond our control include but are not limited to service interruptions caused by Acts of God, telecommunications system failures, and server problems.