Yes! Purchase a Cloud.typography subscription, and you’ll be able to start using all of your Hoefler & Co. fonts on the web.Read More
Here are a few resources for getting started, as well as our contact information.Read More
Whenever you like. You’ll need to have at least one font in your library before you can begin building projects, but there’s no rush to make your selections — they’re yours to choose at any time during your subscription.
Cloud.typography is a service from Hoefler & Co. that enables you to use Hoefler & Co. fonts on the web…Read More
That’s part of how Cloud.typography works. When you move a project into Production Mode, you’re provided with a folder of webfont data to host on your own servers. This hybrid approach allows you to benefit from both the performance of cloud computing, and the cost-effectiveness of your own hosting solution. For more information about webfont delivery, see the Cloud.typography user guide.
Hoefler & Co. offers additional delivery options for websites that receive more than twenty million pageviews per month. For more information, please contact us at email@example.com.Read More
Cloud.typography is designed to deliver fonts to web browsers, including mobile ones…Read More
Yes, you can! Here’s what you need to know.Read More
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.
Not yet. Cloud.typography delivers webfonts to browsers using technologies that aren’t widely supported by e-mail clients, including CSS3 and @font-face. But we’re keeping our eyes on this, as support for webfonts within e-mail continues to improve.
A Cloud.typography subscription should be opened by whoever will be responsible for maintaining it. Often it’s the same party that’s responsible for managing other site assets, such as domain registrations.
Throughout the site, we’re using Tungsten, Whitney, Whitney ScreenSmart, and Sentinel — with a smattering of Gotham ScreenSmart and Gotham Narrow.Read More
Stylistic sets are a feature that makes it easier to use a font’s alternate characters…Read More