Frequently Asked Questions

A font license is simply an agreement that gives you permission to use a font.

A font license is a legal agreement that outlines the terms and conditions under which you are permitted to use a specific font. It specifies the scope of usage, number of users, and any restrictions associated with the font.

You can use that by using trial license. Many fonts come with a standard license that allows for personal use without the need for a separate license. However, if you intend to use a font for commercial or public-facing projects, a proper font license is usually required.

Commercial use refers to using a font in projects that are intended for business purposes, such as marketing materials, advertisements, products, and any content created for profit.

If you’re using a font for any project that goes beyond personal use, such as creating content for your business, website, advertisements, or products, you typically need a license. Always check the font’s licensing terms to ensure compliance.

Using a font in a logo design often requires a special license, such as a commercial or corporate license. Some font licenses may explicitly permit logo use, while others may have restrictions. It’s essential to review the font’s licensing terms or contact us for clarification.

The ability to embed fonts in documents or presentations depends on the font’s licensing terms. Some fonts are explicitly licensed for embedding, while others may have restrictions. Always check the font’s EULA (End User License Agreement) to determine if embedding is allowed.

The @font-face rule is a CSS rule that allows web designers to use custom fonts on their websites. However, not all fonts are licensed for @font-face embedding. You need to ensure that the font’s license permits web embedding before using it in this manner.

Font licenses are usually specific to the number of users allowed. Sharing font files with others who are not covered by the license is generally not permitted. Each person using the font should have their own valid license.

Modifying a font may be subject to the font’s licensing terms. Some fonts allow for modification, while others prohibit altering the font in any way. Always review the font’s EULA to understand what modifications are permitted.

Using a font without a valid license or outside the terms of the license is a violation of copyright law. It can lead to legal action, penalties, and the obligation to cease using the font. Always ensure that you have the appropriate license for the fonts you use.

Remember, it’s crucial to carefully read and understand the End User License Agreement (EULA) provided with each font or consult the font foundry to ensure that you’re using the font correctly and legally for your intended purposes.