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No, color palettes cannot be copyrighted in general terms. But there are some specific situations where this isn't the case: One can copyright the arrangement of specific colors in a particular configuration (meaning the exact or near-exact positioning and arrangement of the colors), such as ColourLovers' copyright system for their palettes. This is ...


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Don't worry about it, only one of two things will happen. A ""nobody"" will steal it and post it somewhere.............. n that's it.... it'll just be somewhere... and people will see it.... maybe even think "wow that's cool"... then move on with their life... and that's it... Some company will steal it and turn it into a huge billion dollar thing that ...


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Unless explicitly stated in your contract that you can't show the work you did in your portfolio, it's usually implied you can. Ideally, as you've learned, you want to be collecting these artifacts while employed. If you don't have them k now, your options: ask your old employer if you can have copies (easier to do if you left on good terms) ask an ex ...


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For the rights, you can have a look at this question, it has already been answered: Who owns authorship when an employee makes a design for their employer? For the solutions: Your situation is not worse than someone who lost his/her hard disk. You won't find back all your research but that's only important if you want to apply fora position of Art ...


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Its going to be hard to answer this question because we do not know the details of your contract/employment. If you have left on bad terms you would hard pressed to be allowed to use the designs as a portfolio piece. If you do plan to use anything you did for the company as work you performed you could get hit with a cease and desist letter, the company ...


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In a work-for-hire situation (as an employee) you are not seen as an independent entity and you retain nothing which was create during your employment. Even if something is unused, if it was created for the employer or at the urging of the employer it is theirs. In terms of digital copies, that's to be negotiated between you and the employer. They are ...



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