Why are professional fonts so expensive

Go to the font you want and click the “Order” button. You can select individual font styles or complete packages in each of the formats OpenType Basic and OpenType Expert. In some cases web fonts are also available (OpenType Web). Payment is made by credit card, PayPal or prepayment. As soon as the payment has been made, the documents and the invoice (PDF) will be automatically sent to the specified email address.

After you have completed the order form in full and agreed to the license agreement, you can choose between credit card (Visa or Mastercard), PayPal and bank transfer (prepayment) as payment methods. Payment in advance can take a few days, only then will the requested fonts be sent to the email address given.

Fonts that have been sent cannot be returned. If the font data is defective, you will of course receive a replacement. If you have accidentally ordered the wrong font format and you let us know within 7 days, we will send you the correct version at no additional cost.

In contrast to most other font distributors, we do not license according to the number of computers on which the fonts are installed, but according to company size, as we consider this to be fairer and more practicable. At a time when documents and writings are constantly being exchanged between devices and servers, we do not think it makes sense to limit them to individual stationary computers. Depending on the foundry, the price when calculating according to CPU increases significantly from the second, third or sixth computer. With us, the increase is much more moderate, the price only doubles for around 50-100 employees. In most cases, our price structure is even cheaper as a result.

Both formats contain all Latin characters for the common Western and Eastern European languages. OpenType Expert fonts also contain additional characters such as different types of digits and other OpenType features that expand the typographical possibilities of the fonts. A detailed list of the additional characters and functions can be found in the respective fonts.

All common languages ​​with Latin characters are supported. The most important are: Afrikaans, Albanian, Asturian, Basque, Bosnian, Breton, Chamorro, Danish, German, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, Frisian, Galician, Guarani, Greenlandic, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Kashubian, Catalan, Cornish, Croatian, Kurdish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Luxembourgish, Malagasy, Maltese, Maori, Moldovan, Dutch, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romansh, Romani, Romanian, Sami, Scottish Gaelic, Slovak, Slovenian, Sorbian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Czech, Turkish, Hungarian, Walloon.

Only corresponding web fonts may be used for websites. The provision of other OpenType fonts (OTF) and the conversion into web fonts (EOT, WOFF, TTF) is not permitted. You can, however, incorporate the fonts into your website as images (GIF, JPG, PNG). We strive to make all of our fonts available as web fonts in the future.

At the moment our fonts Daphne Script, Planet, Polo, Videon, Votum and Zitat are available as web fonts. We are working on being able to offer all of our fonts for embedding in websites as soon as possible.

Embedding in PDF documents is only permitted in a secure read / print mode, and only as long as the documents themselves are not used commercially. A separate license is required for any other mode or commercial documents.

No, embedding our fonts in eBooks, apps, hardware (OEM), or other commercial products is not permitted. Please contact us if you would like to use our fonts for this purpose.

OpenType is a font format developed by Adobe and Microsoft in the late 1990s. OpenType fonts can contain a large number of characters and so-called OpenType features, which expand the typographical possibilities of the fonts and are supported by almost all professional layout programs. OpenType fonts can be installed on Mac and PC alike.

Our fonts are not style-linked. The use of the "Bold" and "Italic" buttons in Word or QuarkXpress lead to incorrect, artificially bold and inclined font styles.