All things fonts
maibutterfly2277 last edited by maibutterfly2277
Hi, has anyone broken the code on the use and Licensing of fonts? The more that I Google the more confused I get. Thanks!
@maibutterfly2277 When dealing with fonts, it is easiest to use open source fonts. Open source means that it is free to use or modify as you please. In the past few years I have most frequently downloaded my fonts for Google Fonts because they are free, easy to download, and can be used both in print and on the web. They are pretty worry free. Link below...
@maibutterfly2277 I like to use the website fontsquirrel.com
It's a selection of fonts free for commercial use, hand-picked by graphic designers. It's a smaller selection compared to other fonts sites, but they're all really nice because they're handpicked and you can be certain that they're free for commercial use so there's no worry there. I haven't been disappointed since I started using them years ago!
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