EULA


An End-user license agreement (EULA) is a contract between "licensor" and purchaser defining the conditions of use for a product.

Yes, it is possible. Please contact us directly when you are ready to do so. Both users will have to have a Typotheque account and agree to the terms of the licence.
When you output your job, the easiest method is to send PDF or PostScript files to the printer, as this eliminates the need for the printer to use the fonts. If your printer or service bureau needs to work with the fonts, you can get a Service Licence extension for...
You may transfer a previously purchased font licence to a third party if the third party agrees to our EULA in writing and you destroy your copies of the fonts and confirm this in writing too.
Please read our End User Licence Agreement - it is a legally binding document. The main points of the licence are:
Fonts are software, which means that everyone who uses them needs to have a licence (EULA). If a designer is doing graphics work for a client, it is the designer (end user), not the client, who needs to buy a font licence.
Like most software, fonts come with terms of use called an End User Licence Agreement (EULA). Each software developer has its own terms of use, and its EULA specifies what is and is not allowed when using the fonts.
Fonts purchased online are licensed to the buyer, who has of course read the End User License Agreement and agreed to the licensing conditions. You canʼt buy a font on someone elseʼs behalf; the end user must buy it directly.
Fonts are software, which means that everyone who uses them needs to have a licence. If a designer is making a poster for a client, it is the designer (end user), not the client, who needs to buy a font licence.