An industrial design constitutes the ornamental or aesthetic aspect of an article. Is the professional service of creating products and systems that optimize function, value and appearance for the mutual benefit of user and manufacturer. An industrial design may consist of three dimensional features, such as the shape of an article, or two dimensional features, such as patterns, lines or color.
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- What is the difference between the protection offered by a 3D trademark and that one offered by a drawing or design?
- Who can apply for an industrial design registration?
- What is a non-registrable design?
- Why are industrial designs relevant to my business?
- When should I file an application?
- How can industrial design rights be obtained in more than one country?
- What is the difference between an industrial design right and a patent?
- How are industrial design rights enforced?
- How long does industrial design protection last?
- How are industrial designs protected?