Then there are all the references to contract design in academic affairs that I have read. So far, I haven`t seen anyone define what they mean by “contractualization.” 1.8 Preparatory works refer to all works of art, including, but not limited to, concepts, sketches, visual presentations or other alternative or preliminary designs and documents developed by the designer and which may or may not be delivered to the client for review, but are not part of the art. 1.12 definitive marks mean trade names, words, symbols, designs, logos or other devices or designs; that are used in the final services to designate the origin or source of the customer`s goods or services. Contracts can be divided into what a contract says; as he says; in what order the provisions are arranged; the enumeration scheme it uses; and how he uses typography. To which or more of them does “contractualization” relate? Several libraries, preprocessors and other tools have been developed for existing programming languages without native design by contractual support: 1.5 Designer tools refer to all design tools, developed and/or used by the designer in the execution of the services, including existing and newly developed software, including source code, website creation tools, fonts and application tools, as well as other software or other inventions, patentable or not, and general concepts not protected by copyright such as website design, architecture, layout, navigation and operating elements. I suppose that the spread of the notion of “contractualization” is exclusively due to the spirit of the time designated. I prefer to be concrete. I will flog myself with a wet noodle if someone ever catches me with the term “contractualization”. The AIGA Standard Form of Agreement for Design Services does not have a one-size-fits-all approach and is not a complete pre-printed document in which you simply fill in the gaps.

Instead, this agreement recognizes that most design companies develop their own custom offer document for each project and seek appropriate terms to be attached to it. When compiled and signed, the personalized offer document and the attached conditions of sale constitute the binding agreement with the customer. In this sense, the agreement emphasizes these conditions. This modularity is not only customizable, but it also helps keep individual chords at a more manageable size. For example, a vendor data buffer might require the presence of data in the buffer when an erasure device is called. Subsequently, the provider guarantees the customer that when an erasure feature has completed its work, the data element will actually be removed from the buffer. Other design contracts are class invariant concepts. . . .