You can modify the letters in the fonts for your artwork, but you are not allowed to create new font files and distribute them. We maintain source files and often publish new versions of fonts, and we would not be able to support unauthorised fonts.
Yes, it is fine to use Typotheque fonts in a logo. A simple Desktop licence is all you need.
Yes, we often create custom fonts for clients. Sometimes a small adjustment can make the font better suited to a particular purpose; this could be changing a single letter, or modifying proportions. Sometimes, we create new fonts from scratch. Whatever your requirement is, feel free to send us an email.
Design applications such as Adobe InDesign and Illustrator offer an option to view the glyphs pallet, and manually select the symbols you need. Text editors, such as Apple Pages, don’t come with such options, and in this case you would need to type the character you need directly. Go to a specific font presentation page to view the glyphs the fonts contain, and when you find the character you need, you can copy and paste it, if it has a Unicode code point.
While we test our fonts rigorously, the fonts need to also be supported by the typesetting application. If you are experiencing a problem, please provide specific details of the issue – the computer platform, operating system, version of the application, version of the font, and how can we replicate the issue. Please report it by email.
Typotheque delivers its fonts in OTF format for desktop fonts, and WOFF2 for the webfonts. If you need a specific format that is not offered, please drop up a message, and we’ll try to help.
Typotheque fonts support most of the world languages. However, some non-alphabetic writing scripts can appear incorrectly shaped. For example, Arabic or Devanagari text can be disconnected or marks wrongly positioned, when using standard text composer. To fix it in Adobe InDesign, go to the Paragraph panel and selecting one of the two World-Ready options (Single-line or Paragraph).
If you have a Typotheque Desktop license, and you also use a paid version of Canva, you should be able to upload the fonts to Canva and use them. Just make sure that the number of Canva users corresponds to the number of users that you have licensed the fonts for. For example, if your Canva for Teams is for five people, your Typotheque font licence should also cover five people.