Yes, you can add additional users at any time. Please contact our sales office for more information.
You can cancel a subscription at any time, but we don’t offer refunds for unused service. If you have technological or regulatory requirements that aren’t compatible with Cloud.typography, or any other questions that aren’t answered here, please contact our sales office before purchasing your subscription.
We’ve got an additional license for this (since it’s not covered in your EULA), and can also supply fonts specially tuned for many hardware environments. For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Yes! Purchase a Cloud.typography subscription, and you’ll be able to start using all of your H&FJ fonts on the web.Read More
Freelancers, outside contractors, advertising agencies, and other suppliers are independent entities, and each needs its own font license. Keep in mind that when it comes to licensing, fonts are no different than any other kind of software.
When licensing fonts for a network with a font server, count the total number of computers on which the fonts will be operated — not the number of concurrent users — and add one for the server itself. (That is, a six-computer license doesn’t cover the server plus “up to five users at once,” it covers the server plus “the five computers able to activate the fonts.”) Networked computers that can’t operate the fonts over the network need not be included.
Font licenses covering up to 250 computers can be purchased online. For larger purchases, contact our sales office.Read More
Like all software, fonts are licensed for a specific number of computers, and prices start at one computer. Not every computer on your network needs a font license: only machines on which the fonts are operational, and those on which they are stored, need a license. That is, if the font can be activated so that it appears in your menu, or the font files themselves are stored on your hard drive, your computer needs a license.
EULA stands for End-User License Agreement. When you “buy a font,” what you’re buying is a license to use font software in specific ways. These ways are described in your EULA, which is the legally binding contract between you and H&FJ.Read More
Fonts are software, so whoever is using the software needs to buy a license for it.
Organizations in New York State claiming tax exemption under 501(c)(3) may purchase fonts from our sales office…Read More
You sure can. For more information, contact our sales office. Please include your company name and contact information, and the total number of computers on which the fonts will be used.
Cloud.typography is designed to deliver fonts to web browsers, including mobile ones…Read More