Asked • 05/03/19

Should I watermark my work?

I am an art student who is trying to upload some digital work on a website. Do graphic designers typically watermark their work? If no, how do graphic designers protect their work?Update: The website I am using is squarespace. The digital work that I am uploading consists of typographic work(logos, lettering), infographics, package design, and branding. I've noticed illustrators would upload their work with a 72 dpi and watermark. On the other hand, graphic designers--not so much. I'm still new to the whole copyright issue, so I was just wondering if watermarking was a "thing" for graphic designers.

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