Index Projects follows best practices for data protection to keep your information safe. Our programs and all subscriber catalog data are maintained by a large, independent server company. Our programs and your data are backed up daily. All transactions occur in a secure environment. If you have specific questions about our data environment or our data protection practices, please let us know.
Index Projects engaged artists, collectors, and professional Internet application developers to design and test the catalog platform. Our goal is to provide a platform that is easy-to-use, efficient, robust, and inexpensive.
Yes, we can create a custom record template for you. There may be a small fee for this service. Simply complete our Contact Form and tell us about your collection. We'll get in touch with you to work out the details.
If you decide your catalog will be ”open access,” it can serve, as a website for all your work at a small fraction of the cost of maintaining a traditional website. Or you can link your Index Projects Catalog in your website or Facebook page.
The U.S. Copyright Office recently recommended that Congress enact legislation providing for ”droit de suite” resale royalty on secondary market sales through auctions, commercial galleries, and private dealers. A well maintained catalog of work provides essential evidence supporting artists’ royalty claims.
If you decide not to extend your subscription by paying the annual maintenance fee, you will no longer have access to the catalog to add or change records. The catalog will remain on Index Projects servers and your access will be restored upon payment of maintenance fees.
Yes, you can request a file containing a copy of the recrods you have created. The file will contain record data but will not support any of the Index Projects records management functions.
The originators of Index Projects are establishing a nonprofit corporation and applying for 501(c)(3) status.
Rest assured, your questions will be answered by a real person. Just send an email to email@example.com. If we can’t give you a concise, clear answer in an email reply, we will send our phone number so you can give us a call.