When you purchase a typeface from us, you’re technically purchasing a license to use the font, just like buying an app. Different licenses cover different types of usage, such as print, website design, app user interfaces, eBooks, and more.
If it sounds confusing, it is — but we promise to make licensing as painless as possible. We’ll work with you to make sure your needs are met at a fair price.
We offer three licenses "off the rack" on our website:
This is the basic foundational license that covers typical print, digital, and social media design, usage in logos, and motion graphics. This license is often also called a “standard license”. OTF font files are provided with this license. One desktop license covers one user. If you need a large number of desktop licenses (ex: agencies, in-house design teams, corporations), contact us for volume pricing.
This license covers CSS @font-face declarations, allowing for live type on a website using one of our typefaces. WOFF font files are provided with this license; TTF files can be provided on request. One webfont license covers one domain. Though best suited to websites, its possible to use WOFF files with services such as Squarespace with a little technical know-how. This license does not include the basic usage covered by the Desktop License and is a separate item.
This includes one desktop license and one webfont license in a single kit, priced as a combo. This is good for a solo designer who needs both a standard license and webfont use for a single domain. If you need to cover a team, please purchase the desktop and webfont licenses separately, or contact us for volume pricing.
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This license augments the Desktop License, covering high-volume/high-traffic usage of over 250,000 impressions (print or digital). Contact us for more info and pricing.
This license augments the Desktop License, covering the use of a font in a mobile or desktop application’s user interface. One App License covers a single title/app on as many platforms as you wish to port to (ex: Macintosh, Windows, iOS, Android). Contact us for more info and pricing.
This license augments the Desktop License, giving you the ability to produce and sell an eBook on platforms like Kindle, Kobo, and iBooks. Contact us for more info and pricing.
One Desktop License per user is a good baseline.
For example, if you work at an agency and wish to use a typeface in a client project, purchase one Desktop License for each team member who is working on the project. If the client would like to use the typeface themselves, purchase a Desktop License for each of their users as well.
If the client has a website that will use the typeface, purchase one Webfont License for the entire project. There's no need to purchase more than one Webfont License unless the client has multiple domains.
If you're not sure and need guidance, don't hesitate to contact us.
We offer volume pricing for teams that require a large number of licenses. Educational and non-profit licensing is also available. Contact us for more info.
No – all of our typeface licenses are perpetual, meaning you pay for the license once and use it forever. There are no renewals or expirations on any licenses offered directly through the foundry.
Yes! Bespoke typefaces are the ultimate branding tool. A one-of-a-kind, built from scratch typeface gives your brand a consistent, unified presence across media. Commissioned typefaces can be licensed with a number of options, including specialized language support and exclusivity. For more information, contact us for more info.
Yes! Our typefaces have been used by customers large and small across the globe. A gallery of real-world spottings of our fonts in the wild is available here.
No, sorry. In situations where one of our typefaces is a core piece of your product, you must clear it with us first and obtain a custom license. Usage of this nature is not covered by our standard EULA.
The newest version is always available at connary.com/EULA.pdf.
Licenses can be purchased from our friends at YouWorkForThem, Fontspring, and Creative Market. Note that each shop caters to a unique audience and offers different types of licenses, with YWFT and Fontspring aimed at teams and professionals, and Creative Market designed for individuals.
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