A design shall be deemed to have an individual character if the general impression on the user-oriented is different from the overall impressions caused by such user by any design made available to the public. It is assumed that a user-oriented person possessing certain qualifications, who make it sufficiently oriented to make comparisons of the object and find differences or similarities of designs that remain unnoticed For the average observers. When assessing the individual nature of the design, the scope of creative freedom shall be taken into account when designing the design. In the event of a significant restriction of freedom, even minor differences are sufficient to recognise the individual character of the design. If the scope of creative designer's freedom is wide, these differences are greater.