End User License Agreement
By purchasing licenses and downloading font, you agree that you have fully read, understood and agreed to the terms and conditions of the End User License Agreement (“EULA”), including the specific addendum you have chosen. If you do not accept the EULA, you may not download, request or use a font. The EULA takes effect as soon as license has been purchased and use is deemed to be an acceptance of the EULA.
This first section is a general license agreement which covers the fundamental terms and conditions of all licenses. This section alone does not cover the use of font, but enacts as a core to which the specific addenda of all licenses build upon. The addenda, split into the licenses ‘Desktop’, ‘Web’, ‘App/Game’, ‘Social media, ‘Video’ and ‘logo/wordmark’ state the individual permissions and restrictions associated with their corresponding license. For instance, when you purchase a “Desktop License” you are agreeing to the general license agreement in conjunction with the Desktop License addendum.
Each license sold is tailored to the size of the customer's business.
The more people there are working in the customer's company, the more the license increases in value. As a designer, you need to know the size of your client's business to get a license.
Size of the compagny
Company size = Number of people working within this company.
The size of the customer's business is the only metric you need to know to buy license fonts.
︎︎︎ If you are a designer and want to use the font for one of your clients, you need to know the size of your client's business.
︎︎︎ If you are purchasing the policy for yourself or your business, you must fill in the size of your business.
Who is the owner?
The customer is the owner of the license.
If you are a designer and want to use the font for one of your clients, then your client has to pay for the license himself. He will therefore be the owner of the license. Therefore, if you want to use the font again for another customer, that customer will also need to purchase a new license. As designer you can also purchase the license for your client but in their name.
Fonts get used in many ways and in different kinds of media, so we offer a bunch of different types of licenses. The kind of license you bought is shown on your invoice. You’ll need to buy a license upgrade if the License Owner grows beyond the Company Size in the License Metrics section of your invoice.
With a desktop/print license you can install the fonts on all of your devices and use them to create printed and digital documents like design assets for social media, video, objects, merchandise, signage, and similar things.
As long as fewer than 10 peoples work for the License Owner, Desktop/Print license also includes a Web license.
With a logo/wordmark license you can use the fonts to create a logo or wordmark for one brand. If you want to do it for another brand you’ll need to buy another license. You can convert the font to vector in design software and edit it to design a logo.
As long as fewer than 10 peoples work for the License Owner, a logo/wordmark license also includes a Desktop/Print license, a Web license.
With a Web license you can use the fonts on one web domain with the @font-face CSS method. There’s no limit to the amount of web traffic, but if you want to use the fonts on another domain you’ll have to buy another separate web license. You can only use the WOFF and WOFF2 files that we gave you (not desktop fonts like OTF).
With an app/game license, you can embed the fonts into one app (which could be a mobile app, web app, digital point of sale system, etc.) or game. If you want to use them for another app or game you’ll need to buy another separate app/game license.
All licenses (Desktop/Print + Web + Logo/Wordmark + App) is included in Unlimited license. You can create with whatever media you want with the typeface.
A trial license, which is free, allows you to use our trial fonts to decide if you want to buy a license. If you’re a designer, you can also use trial fonts to pitch design directions to your clients.
Now that you know all the things you can do with our fonts, here are some things you can’t do:
- Use the fonts in a political or religious context without getting our permission
- Use the fonts to promote violence or discrimination
- Convert the fonts to different formats
- Modify, reverse engineer, decompile or disassemble fonts
- Make derivative works based on the fonts
- Personalize font names in such a way that violates anyone else’s rights
- Embed the fonts in a way that end users can access them
- Give the fonts to anyone without a copy of this contract
- Use the fonts for a non-fungible token (aka an NFT) without getting our permission
- Put the fonts on public servers
- Put the fonts in public repositories