If you are a Free user, you must include the attribution on the final products you use our resources for.
- Digital media & Social Networks (websites, blogs, ebooks, newsletters, etc.)
We recommend placing the attribution line next to the Freepik image that is being used and a link to our website www.freepik.com. If you can’t put it next to the image, you could place it in the footer of your website, blog or newsletter, the credits section of your eBook, etc.
Example: Vectors graphics designed by Freepik
Please remember the attribution must be always clear, visible and easy to find for the users.
- Printed elements or objects (posters, books, magazines, T-shirts, vinyl, flyers, etc.)
We recommend placing the attribution next to the image that is being used. If this is not possible, you can place it somewhere on the printed object you will create. Here is an example:
If you’re printing a book with Freepik's resources on the cover and you can’t put the attribution line on the cover itself, you should place it on the credits page or include it in the bibliography. The attribution must always be clear and visible to the users.
Example: "Cover designed by Freepik"
If you want to use our resources in a video, you need to include the attribution line "Designed by Freepik" in the video itself; for example, in the credits section at the end and also a link to our website in the description box of your video.
- Mobile app/game app:
When using our resources for a mobile or game app as a free user, please remember to include the attribution line "Designed by Freepik" on the credits page of your app as well as a link to our website www.freepik.com in the description of the app in the app store.