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End User licenses are appropriate for use in images and PDFs. You must purchase one End User license for each individual working with live fonts to create any end material (i.e. logos or PDFs).
Fonts are software, which means that everyone who uses them needs to have a license (EULA). If a designer is doing graphic work for a client, it is the designer (end user), not the client who needs to buy a font license. If clients wish to use the fonts as well, then they too need to buy their own licenses.
Please read our Fontfabric™ Free Font End User License Agreement – it is a legally binding document. The main points of the license are:
1. The standard license allows commercial usage like logo production, all types of print (booklets, magazines, t-shirts, etc.), web and digital usage.
2. You can back up the font data, (in fact your Fontfabric online account is a backup of the latest versions of the fonts), but you may not modify the fonts in any way.
3. You can not create other fonts based on our fonts. You also can not sell or rent modified versions of our fonts.
4. You can embed fonts into PDF and Flash files for free, but you must set embedding to prevent font extraction.
5. Fontfabric fonts are copyrighted and protected by trademark.
6. If you violate these terms, this agreement will be cancelled.
7. You may not transfer the font license to a third party.
8. Free fonts do not include regular support.
The purchase of standard commercial licenses (such as: Desktop, Webfont, Digital Ads, Mobile App, Server & ePub) are offered through the resellers we work with (i.e. MyFonts, Fontspring, etc.)
Since broadcasting, corporate and gaming licenses include more specific details, such as countries of usage or the number of titles and downloads, we recommend that you drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and discuss them based on your specific needs.
As a licensed user of Fontfabric fonts you can use them for all your projects as long as you comply with the license agreement. Fontfabric offers separate font licenses for different applications. There is no limit to the types of media used; you can incorporate the fonts in print, video, on a website, etc. You can not, however, distribute the fonts to third parties.
There is no restriction on the number of reproductions you are allowed to create using the licensed fonts, so you can create a single print or millions of prints.
There are no time restrictions on using the fonts, so you can use them for as long as you wish.
We do not allow others to modify our fonts, but we are open to user requests and can customise our fonts for a reasonable fee. Please contact us for details.
The embedding of fonts in PDF documents is allowed.
Fontfabric has more than 10 years of experience in designing custom type. This may include modifications of our retail fonts, the creation of different language versions (Greek, Cyrillic, Arabic, etc.), or entirely new fonts made to fit your needs.
The price estimate for a custom typeface consists of two components: 1) the development cost of the typeface, which we calculate based on the estimated time required, and 2) the licensing fee, which is determined by the clientʼs request. There are three different licensing possibilities: a non-exclusive license (the custom typeface can be used by other people), a partially-exclusive license (fonts are exclusive only for a limited period of time, e.g. 2 or 5 years), or an exclusive license (the client buys out the rights to the fonts forever).
For more information please get in touch: email@example.com
In specific cases we can customise our fonts. For example: if a certain font is perfect for your situation, but you require a different letter ʻkʼ or ʻ&ʼ glyph, Fontfabric can design and implement alternatives based on your needs. In addition to the cost of the standard license which you have probably already paid, you will be also charged the costs of the modifications. Please do get in touch with us to discuss your needs.
Since fonts are protected by copyright law and licence agreements, we cannot modify other type foundriesʼ fonts. In such cases please contact the copyright holder to request modifications.
Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Send us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s talk.