Accessing Bold and Italic styles may differ between applications. Here’s some more information about what to expect.Read More
As an App.typography subscriber, you can use authoring tools such as Adobe InDesign or Apple’s iBooks Author to create eBooks that incorporate the fonts you’ve licensed from H&Co…Read More
H&Co fonts offered in Pro editions often feature extended characters such as small capitals or tabular figures, which are available as OpenType features supported by most mobile operating systems…Read More
As an App.typography subscriber, you can use all the H&Co fonts you’ve purchased for your computer, as well as any fonts you buy during your subscription…Read More
Yes, you can! With your Cloud.typography subscription, you can specify webfonts in the HTML of your email campaigns, the same way that you call for fonts on your websites…Read More
If you’ve licensed fonts for your computer, you can also add them to up to five of your personal iOS devices by logging on to typography.com in Safari on iOS 7 and visiting Your Font Library…Read More
Yes, you can! Here’s what you need to know.Read More
The simplest way to supply a logo to a client is to convert it to outlines in a drawing program. This saves the client from needing to license and install fonts, and it guarantees that the logo will appear exactly as you designed it.
If your client needs to install and use the fonts themselves, they’ll need to license the fonts for their own use, which they can do through this site.
Yes, your EULA covers the use of fonts in non-commercial documents, such as résumés or product literature, without any additional license.
H&Co provides for the distribution of commercial documents, such as digital publications or eBooks, through App.typography, which additionally covers mobile apps and news platforms.Read More
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
Once you’ve completed your order and clicked “Download,” follow these steps to activate your fonts…Read More
Some styles and features of OpenType fonts won’t be accessible from a program’s font menu. Here’s some more information about what to expect.Read More
Yes, you can — here’s how…Read More