Hello, I am new to the graphic design world and I haven't been able to find the answer to this question. I am wanting to use adobe express or the creative cloud as it is known now to create designs for my online store for merchandise. I do not want to use adobe stock library but I would like to use the design assets and shapes in adobe express. Would I need to purchase an extended license to use these assets/shapes or is it all the same library? I haven't been able to find where to buy the design asserts extended license but I can find the adobe stock extended license page. I am sorry if this is a common knowledge question, I just want make sure I don't do anything to infringe copyright.
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Yes, you got that right. You can use the Assets and Shapes from Adobe Express without any license. Let us explain more about the free trial and features. Adobe Express is available for free with thousands of templates, Adobe Stock photos, Adobe Fonts, design assets, quick actions, and amazing features. Everything in the free plan plus: All premium templates and design assets. Over 20,000 licensed Adobe Fonts, curved type, grids, and font pairs. The entire collection of over 160 million royalty-free Adobe Stock collection* photos. The free trial applies only to plans signed up for on the web and mobile using express.adobe.com, adobe.com, or through a phone agent.
Here is the link: https://helpx.adobe.com/express/using/faq-free-trial.html to give you more information about the free trial and version. Feel free to write us back if you still have any questions.