The right font makes a difference, and so does its license. Select one or more of our simple options and go back to designing with the freedom, speed, and coverage you need.
The licensed font can appear in unlimited commercial and personal projects including, but not limited to, physical end products, social media, packaging, and paid ads.
E-pub: An electronic publication such as an ebook or ecard. This format is based on web standards, so it often contains XML, HTML, and CSS resources. Aside from text, it can embed different types of multimedia files like images, video, and audio.
@font-face: A CSS rule that allows the website viewer’s browser to render a font by pointing to the file.
Print-on-demand: A type of application that builds and prints items on order. Under these license terms, the use of fonts in conjunction with this technology is forbidden whenever the end user is not the Licensee.
Rasterized form: the conversion of fonts, which are defined by vectors, to pixel graphics that are not editable or scalable.
You may use a font as part of your logo, as long as the original asset is (1) modified and (2) not the dominant element of the logo. However, you must disclaim the asset if registering for Trademark protection, and you may not enforce any rights on the font itself.
Yes, but make sure you purchase a number of seats/items that is consistent with the amount of users.
You may only use the Licensed webfont with the @font-face selector in your CSS files. Also make sure to include all Copyright and legal information files in your font’s download folder.
With a Desktop license, yes. The Licensee can apply the font in unlimited physical advertisements and rasterized for use in digital advertisements for local, national, and global markets. If you are designing these ads on behalf of a third party, a special sublicensing exception applies (see “Can I use a Licensed font for client work?”).
Yes. This is one of the special sublicensing exceptions. You can sublicense the asset to a client, when you’re transferring them a completed End Use.
If a contractor needs to use the font in relation to a project of yours, you can sublicense it while making sure to purchase the right amount of user seats.
You can only upload the font to a personal server or a private cloud storage service, cloud-based design app, or digital asset manager fully owned and controlled by the Licensee. In any case, the Licensed Font should only be available for use by the Licensee.