Licensing help

Who buys fonts? Me or my client?
For desktop use, whoever installs the fonts on their computer needs to have a license.
For webfonts, each license allows the fonts to be used on 1 domain owned and controlled by 1 entity. Each entity requires a separate license.

Webfonts
Hosting requirements
Our license requires you to disable hotlinking and directory listing. You must disable hotlinking with .htaccess and/or httpd.conf file.

Desktop + web license
This license is packaged with a 500.000 pageviews/month and the number of users of your choice.

Epubs
For font embedding in publicly distributed electronic publications. The licence is permanent (one-time fee) for each publication title. You can also purchase licenses for multiple publication titles at the same time, or a a later time.
Each documents format counts as a publication title. If you are using the fonts to dynamically generate documents in such formats or for variable data printing, a server licence is requested.

Apps
For font embedding in mobile applications. The licence is permanent (one-time fee) for each application title. You can also purchase licenses for multiple application titles at the same time, or a a later time.
Each application platform counts as a publication title. The fonts are licensed per app and not per users so they may be used by as many developers as necessary. 

Audio-visual and film
For moviemaking, TV shows and networks, and online/offline video broadcasting. The licence is permanent (one-time fee) and is not limited to a number of users.

Live typeface test
You can use the live typeface test to preview your own text. Please note that the fonts displayed have a reduced character set and lack many OpenType layout features.