One client needed a desktop license for over 40,000 users. We gave them an incredible quote and the deal was sealed.
We delivered a 360° license for a major auto brand that gave them flexibility to design anything without ever talking to us again.
Embedding fonts in mobile apps is hot. One firm needed a bunch to allow their users to customize photos. No problem!
Another client wanted customers to design their own products with our fonts. An email or two later, she’s in business.
You (the End User) create alphabet or letterform products such as stamps, house numbers, or label maker where the font itself is the primary or one of the primary selling points of the product and the user of the product can create their own typesetting.
You (the End User) own a website or application which allows your customers to customize, proof and purchase creations such as, but not limited to invitations, napkins, keychains, stamps, magnets, mugs, trophies, plaques, lunch boxes, t-shirts, business cards or logo designs, where licensed font is used in the design of the final product.
You (the End User) are a marketing agency and you design and install pop-ups and ads (widgets) that use the licensed font and are installed in third party sites. The fonts cannot be used anywhere else on the site except for the widgets and the files must be removed from the 3rd parties server when the widgets are removed.
You manufacture a device such as a printer, television panel, phone, etc. and embed the licensed font as the resident font in the device.
A website publishing platform license allows you (the End User) to offer your users website templates with typography options, including the licensed fonts in their websites. The websites must be hosted on the same server and the your customers must not have access to their website files. If the template site files were ever moved, you would be required to keep the licensed fonts and the your customer would need to purchase a separate license. All Fontspring licenses are perpetual, which means you pay once and use it forever.
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