Common categories



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COMMON CATEGORIES
SHAPE AND/OR ORNAMENTATION
SURFACE
COLOUR

W THE CATEGORY OF SHAPE AND/OR ORNAMENTATION
The categories should apply solely to shape, solely to ornamentation or both. The option is selected by ticking the proper window or windows
□ applied to shape

□ applied to ornamentation



WA Rectilinear (2D and 3D geometric shapes - triangle, square, rectangle, cuboid, spire, cube, shapes composed of straight lines and symmetrical at least about one central-line)
WB Curvilinear (2D and 3D geometric shapes - circle, ellipse, semicircle, sector of circle, drop or heart shape, cylinder, cone, ball/sphere, their segments, and other round symmetrical shapes at least about one central-line)
WC Plants and plant like forms (including parts of plants)
WD Animals and animal like forms
WE Humans and human like forms / Non-humanoid beings
WF Heads / Faces (including individual parts of heads/faces, both human & animal)
WG Limbs (both human & animal)
WH Other body parts (both human & animal)
WI Letters / Numbers / Typographic symbols
WJ Celestial bodies / Natural phenomena / Landscapes
WK Heraldry / Coins / Emblems

X THE CATEGORY OF SURFACE
XA Smooth

XB Textured



XC Nets / Holes / Grille / Perforation / Windowed
XD Buttons / Switches / Knobs / Keys / Illuminating indicators
XE Shaped to the body (in sense of ergonomics or harmonization of

the design with the needs of human body)


XF Textile / Leather / Hair / Unwoven


Y THE CATEGORY OF COLOUR
YA Not specified
YB 1 colour
YC 2 colours
YD More than 2 colours
YE Transparent
YF Spots / Blots / Stripes / Chequered
NOTE: all designs represented by black and white drawings or photographs should be classified YA – colour not specified. Where, however, black and white photographs or drawings show clearly that a design comprises two or more colours (though not specified), it should be classified both in YA and in the relevant category YC or YD.
NOTE: The examples of designs may apply to more than one category.
The scheme is not finite and it may be further modified or new categories may be created.


COMMON CATEGORIES WITH EXAMPLE DESIGNS
W THE CATEGORY OF SHAPE AND/OR ORNAMENTATION
WA Rectilinear (2D and 3D geometric shapes - triangle, square, rectangle, cuboid, spire, cube, shapes composed of straight lines and symmetrical at least about one central-line)




WB Curvilinear (2D and 3D geometric shapes - circle, ellipse, semicircle, sector of circle, drop or heart shape, cylinder, cone, ball/sphere, their segments, and other round symmetrical shapes at least about one central-line)



WC Plants and plant like forms (including parts of plants)



WD Animals and animal like forms


WE Humans and human like forms / Non-humanoid beings


WF Heads / Faces (including individual parts of heads/faces, both human & animal)






WG Limbs (both human & animal)


WH Other body parts (both human & animal)



WI Letters / Numbers / Typographic symbols


WJ Celestial bodies / Natural phenomena / Landscapes

WK Heraldry / Coins / Emblems

The categories should apply solely to shape, solely to ornamentation or both. The option is selected by ticking the proper window or windows


□ applied to shape

□ applied to ornamentation


X THE CATEGORY OF SURFACE
XA Smooth


XB Textured





XC Nets / Holes / Grille / Perforation / Windowed


XD Buttons / Switches / Knobs / Keys / Illuminating indicators

XE Shaped to the body (in sense of ergonomics or harmonization of

the design with the needs of human body)




XF Textile / Leather / Hair / Unwoven



Y THE CATEGORY OF COLOUR
YA Not specified

NOTE: all designs represented by black and white drawings or photographs should be classified YA – colour not specified. Where, however, black and white photographs or drawings show clearly that a design comprises two or more colours (though not specified), it should be classified both in YA and in the relevant category YC or YD.



Example: YA and YC)

YB 1 colour


YC 2 colours

YD > 2 colours


YE Transparent


YF Spots / Blots / Stripes / Chequered



NOTE: The examples of designs may apply to more than one category.
The scheme is not finite and it may be further modified or new categories may


be created.


Directory: edocs -> mdocs -> classifications
mdocs -> Assemblées des États membres de l’ompi quarante-huitième série de réunions Genève, 20 – 29 septembre 2010 Assemblies of the Member States of wipo forty-Eighth Series of Meetings Geneva, September 20 – 29, 2010
mdocs -> E cdip/8/inf/6 Corr. Original: English date: January 16, 2012 Committee on Development and Intellectual Property (cdip) Eighth Session Geneva, November 14 to 18, 2011
classifications -> F ipc/CE/32/2 Suppl. 1 Original : anglais date
mdocs -> E wipo/smes/qtc/05/inf/2 Prov. Original: English date
mdocs -> Original: english
mdocs -> Hr statistics
mdocs -> Wipo/iptk/GE/15/inf/2 original: francais/english
mdocs -> E cdip/13/inf/2 original: english date: february 12, 2014 Committee on Development and Intellectual Property (cdip) Thirteenth Session Geneva, May 19 to 23, 2014
classifications -> Clim/CE/26/2 annex ix/annexe IX


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