What is an industrial design?

S.2 of the Sudan Industrial Design Act defines an industrial design as any composition of lines or colors formed to give a special appearance to any industrial or hand made product or to any plastic form whether or not it is restricted to color on condition that, the form or composition can be used as an industrial design or handicraft design. A registered design is a monopoly right for the appearance of the whole or a part of a product resulting from features such as lines, contours, colors, shape, texture or materials of the product or its ornamentation. A complex product may include component parts such as parts of a car. Such products can embrace graphic, symbols, logos, displays, packing. Thus, the scope of what is meant by a design is very wide and mainly falls into two categories whether the design is two dimensional or three dimensional.

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