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Working on a rebrand for a company. I'm using CC and Adobe Fonts but I'll need to get the fonts to our developers for site and mobile app needs. They're non-Adobe users and on PCs. Do I need to purchase/license the font family elsewhere and get it over to them? Or is it easier to talk them into signing up for Adobe? Can you subscribe to just Adobe Fonts? They don't make it easy to figure this stuff out.
For web, you can send them the web project link they can include in the header of the site.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="https://use.typekit.net/elw6rmd.css">
Not sure how you would do the app though.
- From a dev POV - I find it odd that your are the first person they have had this issue with?nylon
- It's their scripted responses that don't get. They just push to sign up for Adobe CC.CincodeMayo
I would probably purchase the fonts - it would be cheaper in the long run.
I think you're right @nylon. Adobe's answer is to just get everyone to sign up. I found the font available online to purchase. Think that makes the most sense.
I made an app for a soccer stadium. We needed to purchase the font for that app only. We can only use it for said app otherwise I would need to purchase another licence.
Wouldn't lock in clients for an Adobe fonts license.
They need to purchase separate licenses for print/web/app etc.
Adobe Fonts is more like try-before-buy for designers, you'll always need different licences for big projects...
- Yeah, I stick to Google Fonts or just purchase them straight from the source. But an agency did the rebrand for my current company and used an Adobe font.CincodeMayo