Dsgn &  Co. Terms & Conditions The following terms and conditions refer to Dsgn & Co. Ltd  ("The Agency") and its relationship with its clients and potential clients.

1.0 General Terms & Conditions of Business

1.1 Quotes & Prices

1.1.1. All quotes/estimates are valid for 30 days from the date of submission.

1.1.2. Quotes/estimates are based on the information provided by the Client, including but not limited to detail on quantities, structure, scope and functionality. Any quote/estimate may, therefore, be subject to change should the client’s requirements change at any time.

1.1.3. Unless otherwise stated, photography, stock images, delivery, copywriting and VAT will be charged extra.

1.1.4. If the contract or hourly price has not been fixed for the term of a contract, our hourly rate of £87.50 will apply.

1.1.5. The Agency reserves the right to alter the hourly rate at any time as business needs dictate.

1.1.6. Quotes/estimates are based on the Agency's current costs of production and unless otherwise agreed are subject to amendment on or at any time after acceptance to meet any rise or fall in such costs.

1.1.7. Any estimates given by The Agency as to the time of completion or performance of its services (whether completion of the whole or a part of those services) shall be estimates only and time shall not be of the essence.

1.1.8. Any stated timescale is reliant upon the client providing all required information/copy/images within the time set out at project initiation.

1.2 Methods

1.2.1. The Agency reserves the right to sub-contract the fulfilment of an order or any part thereof.

1.2.2. Any images supplied electronically will be incorporated into designs without charge provided that they are of suitable quality. All images need to be supplied as EPS illustrator vectors for logos and Photoshop tiffs (300dpi min) for pictures. Any logos that need to be re-drawn will be charged extra at our hourly rate. All supplied images requiring scanning or alterations to be charged at £20 per image. Images sourced from external image libraries may incur additional licence/royalty charges payable by the Client.

1.2.3. Should the Client supply text, artwork or images, the Agency is not obliged to edit, check or guarantee the correctness thereof in any way whatsoever, and the end product shall be made at the entire risk of the Client.

1.2.4. The Agency shall be indemnified by the Client in respect of any claims, costs and expenses arising out of any libellous matter or any infringement of copyright, patent design or any other proprietary or personal rights contained in any material supplied by the Client. The indemnity shall extend to any amounts paid on a lawyer's advice in settlement of any claim.

1.2.5. Origination and/or conceptual work and any copyright subsisting therein shall remain the property of the Agency unless otherwise agreed in writing with the Client.

1.2.6. The Client’s property and property supplied to the Agency on behalf of the Client, while it is in the possession of the Agency or in transit to or from the Client, will be deemed to be at Client’s risk unless otherwise agreed and the Client should insure accordingly.1.2.7. The Agency may charge rent for storage of goods retained at Client’s request, or items left with the Agency before receipt of the order or after notification to the Client of completion of the work.

1.2.8. When required to expedite project delivery ahead of the time needed for proper production of a given deadline, the Agency shall not be liable for defects occasioned thereby. Should such delivery require payment of overtime wages, delivery charges or other additional costs, all such extras will be for the Client’s account.

1.2.9. The Agency shall not be required to use, print, upload or hold any matter which in its opinion is or may be of an illegal or libellous nature or an infringement of the proprietary or other rights of a third party.

1.3 Invoices & Payment

1.3.1. Payment must be made no more than 14 days after the date of invoice unless otherwise agreed in writing in advance.

1.3.2. We understand and will exercise our statutory right to interest under the Late Payment Of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 amended by European Directive 2000/35/EC if we are not paid according to these terms.

1.3.3. All work remains copyrighted to the Agency until settlement of relevant fee account.

1.3.4. All invoices are subject to UK VAT at the current rate unless a valid exemption certificate is provided.

1.3.5. All payments must be in UK Pounds Sterling.1.3.6. All work completed after project inception will be billed as it is completed at the end of every calendar month as Work in Progress (WIP) until the conclusion of the project.

1.3.7. If the Agency incurs any costs as a result of the Client’s neglect or default, the Agency may charge those costs to the Client in addition to the contract price.

1.3.8. The Client shall pay for any preliminary work which is produced at his/her request, whether experimentally or otherwise. A 50% rejection fee is applicable on all designs executed by the Agency should the Client cancel their contract/order.

1.3.9. When payment is overdue, the Agency may suspend work, service and/or delivery without notice and without prejudice to any other legal remedy until due payment has been made. Furthermore, any work started but incomplete may be suspended and payment, therefore, becomes immediately due and payable, notwithstanding anything expressed herein, and any monies in respect of.

1.3.10. The Agency may require payment in advance, or a deposit of at least 50% of the quote/estimate total prior to instigating work on an order, particularly but not limited to the following situations: new clients; clients with a poor payment history; large, lengthy or complex projects. Where a deposit is required, the balance shall be carried out in stage payments of 25%, unless otherwise agreed in writing in advance.

1.3.11. If your payment is returned by the bank as unpaid for any reason, you will be liable for a charge of £50 for each occurrence.

1.3.12. Failure to make payment within the 30 day invoice period, may result in a third-party debt collection.

1.4 Proofing

1.4.1. Proofs pull samples, specimens, sketches, photographs, links or any representation, whether partial or total, of the finished article in whatever form may be submitted to the Client for approval.

1.4.2. Colour proofing is chargeable at £5 per A3 sheet and £2 per A4 sheet. Mono proofing is chargeable at £2 per A3 sheet and £1 per A4 sheet.1.4.3. After approval the Client shall have no claim against the Agency for errors in the exemplar as approved by them.

1.5 Insolvency

1.5.1. If the Client ceases to pay his debts in the ordinary course of business or cannot pay his debts as they become due or is deemed to be unable to pay its debts or have a winding-up petition issued against it or being a person who commits an act of bankruptcy or has a bankruptcy petition issued against him, the Agency without prejudice to other remedies shall: Have the right not to proceed further with the contract or any other work for the Client and be entitled to charge for work already carried out (whether completed or not) and materials purchased for the Client. Such a charge to be an immediate debt due to him. In respect of all unpaid debts due from the Client have a general lieu on all goods and property in its possession (whether worked on or not) and shall be entitled on the expiration of 14 days' notice to dispose of such goods or property in such manner and at such price as it thinks fit and to apply the proceeds towards such debts.

1.6 Force Majeure

1.6.1. The Agency shall be under no liability if it shall be unable to carry out any provision of the contract for any reason beyond its control including (without limiting the foregoing) Act of God, legislation, war, fire, flood, drought, failure of power supply, lock-out, strike or other action taken by employees in contemplation or furtherance of a dispute or owing to any inability to procure materials required for the performance of the contract. During the continuance of such a contingency the Client may by written notice to the Agency elect 'to terminate the contract and pay for work done and materials used', but subject thereto shall otherwise accept delivery when available.

1.7 Information Provided by You

1.7.1. You warrant that the name, address and payment information provided when you place your order with the Agency will be correct and you agree to notify the Agency of any changes in the name, address and/or payment details.

1.7.2. You agree that the Agency may disclose your name and address where any enquiries are made.

1.7.3. You warrant that you possess the legal right and ability to enter into this Agreement and to use the Agency's services in accordance with this Agreement.

1.8 Indemnity

1.8.1. You shall indemnify us and keep us indemnified and hold us harmless from all liabilities, actions, claims, proceedings, losses, expenses (including reasonable legal costs and expenses), costs and damages, howsoever suffered or incurred by us in consequences of your breach or non-observance of this Agreement, or arising out of claims based upon or relating to our work for you or any claim brought against us by a third party resulting from the provision of any Services to you and your use of them.

1.8.2. The Agency will notify you promptly of any claim for which the Agency seeks specific indemnification at the currently supplied address. The Agency will afford you the opportunity to participate in the defence of such claim, provided that your participation will not be conducted in a manner prejudicial to the Agency's interests, as reasonably determined by the Agency and/or its legal representatives.

1.9 Limitation of Liability

1.9.1. All conditions, terms, representations and warranties relating to the Services supplied under this Agreement, whether imposed by statute or operation of law or otherwise, that are not expressly stated in these terms and conditions including, without limitation, the implied warranty of satisfactory quality and fitness for a particular purpose are hereby excluded, are subject always to subclause 1.9.2.

1.9.2. Nothing in these terms and conditions shall exclude our liability for death or personal injury resulting from our negligence.1.9.3. In any event, no claim against the Agency shall be brought unless you have notified the Agency of the claim within one year of the issue arising.

1.9.4. In no event shall the Agency be liable to you by reason of any representation (unless fraudulent), or any implied warranty, condition or other term, or any duty at common law, for any loss of business, contracts, anticipated savings or profits or any indirect, special or consequential loss, damage, costs, expenses or other claims (whether caused by the Agency's negligence or the negligence of its servants or agents or otherwise) which arise out of or in connection with the provision of any goods or services by the Agency.

1.9.5. The Agency warrants that its services will be provided using reasonable care and skill. Where the Agency supplies any goods supplied by a third party, the Agency does not give any warranty, guarantee or other term as to their quality, fitness for purpose or otherwise, but shall, where possible, assign the benefit of any warranty, guarantee or indemnity given by the supplier of the goods to the Agency.

1.10 General Terms

1.10.1. These conditions and all other express terms of the contract shall be governed and constructed in accordance with the laws of England and you hereby submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

1.10.2. The Agency shall not be liable or deemed to be in breach of contract by reason of any delay in performing, or failure to perform, any of its obligations if the delay or failure was due to any cause beyond its reasonable control.

1.10.3. All quotes/estimates, briefs and other Client/Agency documents are commercially confidential and may not be disclosed to third parties without prior written agreement.

1.10.4. These terms and conditions, together with any documents expressly referred to in them, contain the entire Agreement between the Agency and the Client relating to the subject matter covered and supersede any previous agreements, arrangements, undertakings, proposals or contemporaneous communications, written or oral: between the Agency and the Client in relation to such matters. No oral explanation or oral information given by any party shall alter the interpretation of these terms and conditions. In agreeing to these terms and conditions, you confirm that you have not relied on any representation other than those expressly stated in these terms and conditions and you agree that you shall have no remedy in respect of any misrepresentation which has not been expressly made in this Agreement.

1.10.5. Any notice to be given by either party to the other may be sent by either email or post to the address of the other party as appearing in this Agreement or ancillary application forms or such other address as such party may from time to time have communicated to the other in writing, and if sent by email shall unless the contrary is proved, be deemed to be received on the day it was sent, or if sent by post shall be deemed to be served two days following the date of posting.

1.10.6. Headings, numbering and summaries are included in this Agreement for convenience only and shall not affect the construction or interpretation of this Agreement.

1.10.7. You acknowledge that no joint venture, partnership, employment, or agency relationship exists between you and the Agency as a result of your use of these services. You agree not to hold yourself out as a representative, agent or employee of the Agency. You agree that the Agency will not be liable by reason of any representation, act or omission to act by you.

1.10.8. The Agency reserves the right to revise, alter, modify or amend these terms and conditions, and any of our other policies and agreements at any time and in any manner without prior notification. Notice of any revision, amendment, or modification will be posted in accordance with our Terms and Conditions.

1.10.9. If any of the provisions of this Agreement are judged to be illegal or unenforceable, the remainder shall continue in full force and the effect of the remainder of them will be not be deemed to be prejudiced.

1.10.10. This Agreement takes effect on the date on which you order our services. Acceptance of these terms is an absolute condition of the Client requesting work. An order constitutes acceptance of all our Terms and Conditions.

1.10.11. You shall not assign this Agreement or any benefits or interests arising under this Agreement without the Agency’s prior written permission.

1.11 Service Level Agreements

1.11.1. The hours provided in Service Level Agreements (SLA) can be used in any way, other than for fixed costs and essential services – such as web hosting or advertising placement – or towards payment of debts or existing/quoted jobs.

1.11.2. Once an account handler at the Agency has been given a job brief as part of the SLA, should the work take longer than 30 minutes, we will endeavour to provide a total estimate of how long the job will take for approval by the Client before any work is commenced.

1.11.3. For each job requested by the Client as part of the SLA, a minimum of 15 minutes will be deducted from the remaining SLA time allowance.

1.11.4. All hours worked as part of an SLA are recorded and can be forwarded to the Client on request.

1.11.5. Once a Client approaches the final two hours of their SLA allowance, the Agency will endeavour to notify them automatically via email, providing the opportunity to purchase another SLA.

1.11.6. Any hours that have not been used within the initial 12 months after purchase will roll over to the following year, up to a maximum of 24 months. However, although the Agency reserves the right to increase the hourly rate as business needs dictate, the hours in an SLA will be honoured at the original rate at which they were purchased for one year, after which time, any roll-over hours will be applied to subsequent years at the new hourly rate.

2.0 Print Terms & Conditions

2.1 Proofing

2.1.1. After initial design and layout, a mono proof will be submitted for author’s corrections to be identified. These corrections will be carried out inclusive of the quoted price. On approval of a second mono proof, again inclusive of the quoted price, the design will be classed as complete, where a final colour proof will be provided for full Client sign off. Any additional author’s corrections requested after the second mono proof is submitted will be charged at our normal rate of £100 per hour and £5 for each colour A3 proofing page printed.

2.2 Print

2.2.1. Standing matter and printers’ materials of any kind are effaced or disposed of immediately after the order is executed unless written arrangements are made for retention in advance.

2.2.2. The Agency shall not be required to work to tolerances closer than those applicable to the materials obtained by him in the ordinary course of trade. No liability shall arise from variation in the standard, quality and performance of such materials.

2.2.3. Every endeavour will be made to deliver the correct quantity ordered, but estimates are conditional upon margins of 5% for work in one colour and 10% for other work being allowed for overs or shortage (4% and 8% respectively for quantities exceeding 50,000) the same to be charged or deducted.

2.3 Materials supplied by the Client

2.3.1. The Agency will not be responsible for imperfect work caused by defects in or unsuitability of material and equipment supplied by the Client. The Agency will not be responsible for Client’s material wasted in course of production. Extra costs incurred through the use of defective materials or equipment supplied are for the Client’s account.

2.3.2. The Agency may reject any paper, plates or other materials supplied or specified by the Client which appear to them to be unsuitable. Additional cost incurred if materials are found to be unsuitable during production may be charged except that if the whole or any part of such additional cost could have been avoided but for unreasonable delay by the Agency in ascertaining the unsuitability of the materials then that amount shall not be charged to the Client.

2.3.3. Quantities of materials supplied by the Client shall be adequate to cover normal spoilage.

2.4 Machine-Readable Codes2.4.1. In the case of machine readable codes or symbols, the Agency shall print the same as specified or approved by the Client in accordance with generally accepted standards and procedures.

2.4.2. The Client shall be responsible for satisfying themselves that the code or symbol will read correctly on the equipment likely to be used by those for whom the code or symbol is intended.

2.4.3. The Client shall indemnify the Agency against any claims by any party resulting from the code or symbol not reading or not reading correctly for any reason, except to the extent that such claim arises from any failure of the Agency to comply with any of the above which is not attributable to error falling within the tolerances generally accepted in the trade in relation to printing of this sort.

2.5 Delivery

2.5.1. Goods will be dispatched or must be collected by the Client when ready and the Client shall not refuse or delay delivery.

2.5.2. Advice of damage, delay or partial loss of goods in transit or of non-delivery must be given in writing to the Agency and the carrier within three clear days of delivery (or, in the case of non-delivery, within 28 days of despatch of the goods) and any claim in respect thereof must be made in writing to the Agency and the carrier within seven days of delivery (or, in the case of non-delivery, within 42 days of despatch). All other complaints and claims must be made in writing to the Agency within 28 days of delivery. The Agency shall not be liable in respect of any claim unless the aforementioned requirements have been complied with except in any particular case where the Client proves that it was not possible to comply with the requirements and advice (where required) was given and the claim made as soon as reasonably possible.2.5.3. Goods completed but not delivered shall thereupon forthwith become due and payable. Moreover, after the expiration of 14 days notice the Agency may exercise a general lien on all the Client’s goods and property in our hands and may dispose of such goods and property as they see fit and apply the proceeds towards such debts. The Agency may also elect to cancel further work and/or not produce any unmade balance of such contract and recover from the Client any losses sustained by so doing.

2.5.4. The Agency shall not be liable for any loss to the Client arising from delay in transit howsoever caused.

2.5.5. The risk in the goods passes to the Client upon delivery (whether to the Client or to a common carrier) but legal and beneficial ownership shall remain with the Agency until payment in full has been received (each delivery being considered as a whole). Until the date of payment the Client, if so required by the Agency, shall store the goods in such a way that they are clearly identifiable as the property of the Agency.

3.0 Digital Media Terms & Conditions

3.1 Programming

3.1.1. The Agency can only program sites to be as secure as reasonably possible at the time of delivery and can not offer indemnity against future threats/developments.

3.1.2. Once the Agency has deemed a project to be complete, any amendments will be charged at the Agency’s standard billing structure of £100/hour.

3.1.3. The Agency develops websites for compatibility with the current version of Microsoft Internet Explorer: not all previous versions or every browser. If further compatibility is required, the Agency must be advised at the outset.

3.2 Ownership

3.2.1. The ownership of the web pages and the copyright therein shall remain with the Agency until payment in full has been received for all sums owing. Once payment has been received, ownership and copyright shall pass to the Client for page text and graphics specific to the Client.

3.2.2. Ownership of all code used in processing web pages shall remain with the Agency and it is expressly agreed that the use of such code in processing the web pages does not confer any passing of title from the Agency to the Client.

3.3 Content

3.3.1. The Client shall supply the copy for your web pages in clear and usable permanent or electronic form and shall be entirely responsible for the content of the web pages.

3.3.2. All images uploaded to websites by the Client (via CMS, FTP or other) should be optimised (compressed file size). The Agency can provide advice on the best image editing software packages but accepts no responsibility for the performance or compatibility of third-party software, or the results they produce.

3.3.3. When a test link is provided, it is the responsibility of the Client to test the functionality, read and check all copy, as well as approve the design and images used before approval is given.

3.3.4. The Agency can provide legal disclaimers and privacy policies; but it is the responsibility of the Client to confirm with their own legal advisers that these meet their individual requirements, as The Agency accepts no responsibility for their accuracy, relevance or currency.

4.0 Social Media Management Schedule


4.1.1 Definitions In this Schedule, unless the context requires otherwise, the definitions contained within the Terms and Conditions shall apply with the following additions:

4.1.2 “Social Networking Websites” means websites that provide services to allow individuals and businesses to create public profiles for the purpose of publishing content and engaging with individuals over the Internet, e.g. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.

4.1.3 “Social Network Profile” means a representation of the Customer on a social networking website, and can include descriptions and information about the Customer.

4.1.4 “Social Network Account” means an account registered with a Social Networking Website which grants control over Social Network Profiles associated with it.

4.1.5 “Paid Social Network Advertising” means adverts placed by the Supplier on social networking websites via the Customer’s own social network accounts.

4.1.6 “Social Media Account Access” means the Customer supplying the Supplier with a valid URL, username and password which gives access at any time and from any web location to upload and download data from the Customer’s own social network accounts.

4.1.7 “FTP Access” means the Customer supplying the Supplier with a valid URL, username and password which gives access to any time and from any web location to upload and download files from the Customer’s own rented web space.

4.1.8 “Social Media Marketing” means utilising the Customer’s Social Network Profiles to achieve the Project’s objectives

4.1.9 “Social Campaign” means any Paid Social Network Advertising or Social Media Marketing undertaken by the Supplier on behalf of the Customer as may be defined in any Project Documentation

4.2 Introduction

4.2.1 The Services carried out in respect of social media marketing are to be carried out on a consultancy basis based around current best practices so far as the Supplier is aware of those practices.

4.2.1 The Supplier will recommend the most appropriate Social Networking Website(s) for the Social Campaign. The Customer may request specific Social Networking Website(s) to be used. If these are not feasible for reasons including technical considerations, the Supplier may make alternative recommendations.

4.2.3 The Customer acknowledges that every recommendation by the Supplier that cannot be implemented due to the Customer’s technical or business limitations is likely to have an effect on the performance of the Social Campaign. The Supplier will endeavour to suggest alternative solutions.

4.2.4 The Social Media Marketing Services will be focused in priority order around (but not limited to) the content (“Content”) that is agreed between the Customer and the Supplier.

4.2.5 No increase in performance (e.g. visitors, activity, sales transactions or social media ‘likes’ or ‘followers’) is guaranteed.

4.2.6 The Project Documentation will identify whether the Supplier or the Customer has a responsibility to make amendments to the Customer Website and Social Network Profile which the Supplier will recommend. In the event that the Supplier is to make these changes, the Customer must provide timely Social Media Account Access and the login details to modify the Customer Website. In the event, the Customer has a responsibility to make the changes recommended by the Supplier, any assistance requested by the Customer to make the changes may be chargeable at the Supplier’s current rate.

4.2.7 If the Supplier incurs additional time due to a delay in being supplied access to the Customer Website (or due, for example to the Customer’s own staff or others working on the Customer Website), or due to a delay in being supplied access to the Social Network Account, or due to any other delay caused by the Customer it reserves its right to charge for additional time at its normal charge rate.

4.2.8 If the Customer states that the Customer Website or Social Network Account will meet certain technical or cosmetic standards and this is not achieved in a timely manner in order for the Social Campaign to be undertaken by the Supplier, additional charges may apply.

4.2.9 If the Customer requests any amendments to the work agreed in any Project Documentation, the Supplier will confirm whether this can be undertaken and if further changes will apply.

4.2.10 The Customer is responsible for ensuring that they can handle any increase in traffic that results from the Social Campaign (e.g. visitors or orders via channels including website, in-store or telephone) and the Supplier may be unable to limit or control this traffic once the Social Campaign has begun.

4.2.11 The Supplier will make reasonable effort to implement only those Social Media Marketing techniques that are regarded as ethical and to use what it considers to be best practice at the time of the Social Campaign.

4.2.12 The Customer acknowledges that Social Networking Websites regularly change the dimensions that images must be produced to. Any work carried out by the Supplier to meet these new requirements from the Social Networking Websites is chargeable at the Supplier’s standard rate or as agreed.

4.2.13 If the Customer requires specific comments or content not to be issued on their behalf, this request must be made to the Supplier in writing as soon as possible. The Supplier will endeavour to acknowledge and meet any such requests but does not warrant that such requests will be successful.

4.2.14 The Customer accepts responsibility for any amendments to the Customer Website or Social Network Profile made by the Customer or their third party and agrees that the Supplier shall not be liable for any resulting loss or decrease in performance of the Social Campaign. Any remedial work required to remedy the situation shall be at the expense of the Customer.

4.2.15 The Supplier may create content for use on the Customer’s Website or Social Network Profile that is designed for use on a specific Social Networking Website. If the Customer requires this content to be used on an alternate Social Networking Website this is chargeable at the Supplier’s standard rate or otherwise as agreed.

4.2.16 The Customer must notify the Supplier of all Social Network Profiles and associated Social Network Accounts under the control of the Customer.

4.3 Paid Social Network Advertising

4.3.1 The Customer acknowledges that when a link is acquired through Paid Social Network Advertising, a search engine may attach a higher value to that link based on its length of time in existence. Furthermore, if the link is removed, even if it shall be replaced at a later date, it may lose this value which can result in a detrimental effect upon the position of the Customer’s Website in the search engine rankings.

4.3.2 The Customer acknowledges that adverts displayed as part of Paid Social Network Advertising may be removed or cease to be displayed in the event of any of the following: (i) Reduction in the budget (ii) Non or late payment (iii) Cancellation of the services

4.3.3 Paid Social Network Advertising is often purchased by the Supplier in US Dollars, and as such is subject to exchange rate fluctuations outside the Supplier’s control. This may lead to a variation in volume of advertising the Customer receives. In the event of a substantial exchange rate fluctuation, the Supplier may notify the Customer and give them the option to amend the budget.

4.4 Timely updates

4.4.1 Updates Timely updates to the Customer’s Social Network Profile(s) are a contributing factor to success, and unless otherwise agreed with the Supplier, this should be done by the Customer and by following any best practice guidelines that the Supplier may provide.

4.5 Fees and Payments

4.5.1 Initial Fees and Ongoing Fees will be listed in the Order Form.

4.5.2 Deposit payments are non-refundable.

5.0 Video Production Schedule

5.1 Pre-production requirements

5.1.1 It is the Clients responsibility to obtain all necessary permissions including but not limited to performances, branding, trademarked goods and logos, use of intellectual property, imagery, sound recordings and any other copyrighted material which will form part of the final video production.

5.1.2 No liability will be accepted by Redshift Media Production for and delays or failure to deliver the agreed product if caused by any element which is the Clients responsibility.

5.1.3 Where copyright material is provided by the client for incorporation into a Redshift Media product, permission must be obtained from the original copyright owner / material provider.

5.1.4 The client undertakes to indemnify Redshift Media Production against any future possible claims, disputes, expenses or costs arising from the use of such material, without time limit.

A full production brief must be signed off by the Client before production work begins.

5.2 Production and post-production

5.2.1 All works undertaken will be as per Dsgn & Co. Ltd written quotation based upon the agreed production brief.  It is the Client’s responsibility to ensure that this is thoroughly read and understood prior to booking. Any amendments or additional days filming will be charged at our current daily rates.

5.2.2 Clear access for video and sound capture shall be arranged and managed by the Client. If filming venues are being organised by the Client, it is the Clients responsibility to ensure that our production crew and supporting personnel have clear access to all relevant locations required throughout the day. Delays in production as a result of inadequate access or facilities may incur additional charges.

5.2.3 Dsgn & Co. Ltd takes Health & Safety matters seriously and we reserve the right in all instances to remove any of our personnel and/or equipment from a location if we deem it to be unsafe or if our crew are subjected to abusive or aggressive behaviour.  In such circumstances, the Client will be fully liable for any costs incurred or subsequently arising as a result. Dsgn & Co. Ltd will observe the site safety rules at all times and will liaise with the appropriate Responsible Person(s) named in the production brief.

5.3 Adverse weather conditions

5.3.1. In the event of inclement weather which in our opinion would pose a risk to health & safety of our personnel or equipment or has the potential to prevent successful video or audio capture, we reserve the right to change the date or time of filming to a more suitable date or time.

5.4 Copyright

5.4.1 Dsgn & Co. Ltd asserts its full rights as the copyright owner of all material that has been captured, processed and/or produced by us, whether or not such material forms part of a finished project.  The copyright of all produced material is solely owned by Dsgn & Co. and is protected under UK law.

6.0 Charges

6.0.1. All charges payable by you for the Services shall be in accordance with the scale of charges and rates published from time to time by us and shall be due and payable in advance of their service provision without any set-off or other deduction. We reserve the right to change pricing at any time, although all pricing is guaranteed for the current subscription period.

6.0.2. Payment is due each anniversary month, quarter or year following the date the Services was established until closure notice is given.

All Terms and Conditions stated within this document are deemed acceptable to the Client upon receipt of a confirmed order or instruction to proceed given by any means.  This document shall be taken as an agreement between the Client and Dsgn & Co. Ltd under UK law.