How To: Fonts and Copyright Issues


Posted on January 14th, by Andrew Kelsall in Videos. 1 Comment

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I was sent an email from a woman named Sarah regarding the use of fonts and copyright issues that can arise when using both free and purchased fonts. I have recorded a video below which answers her questions and gives insight to anybody who wants to know more about this subject…

Fonts and Copyright Issues: Watch the Video Below

Fonts and Copyright Issues imageIf you have anything to add about this subject, I would love to hear from you too. If you have any additional information regarding fonts and copyright, please leave your comments below.

Also, if you think I have missed something in my explanation or I have said something which is incorrect, also let me know in the comment area. Tell of any difficult or unusual scenarios that you have come across as a designer….


Further Resources:

Font usage for logos: legal rights ─ Graphic Design Forum.

★ Fun and Games with Font Licensing ─ imjustcreative.

Legal issues with using fonts? ─ Typophile.

Font Licensing FAQ  ─ Fontbros.

Fonts Copyrighted by Designers… Can We Use Them in Logo Design? ─ Graphic Artists Guild.

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One Response to “How To: Fonts and Copyright Issues”

  1. king says:

    nice post.thanks for share.

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