Laid out below are the licensing rules and frequently asked questions regarding the use of my typefaces. I’ve tried to keep everything as straighforward as possible but if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.

1. Allowed Uses
This license allows for the use of the font for the creation of static images on any surface such as computer and television screens, paper, photographs, printed material, shirts, web pages, and any surface on which the image is a fixed size.
You may use the font to create EPS or other scalable drawings.

2. Number of Users
The maximum number of simultaneous users is specified in the applicable receipt. All users must be within the same geographical location. Every computer in which the font is installed constitutes one user.

3. Third Parties
You may provide the font to a graphic designer, printer or other service working on your behalf only if they agree to use the font exclusively for your work, agree to all terms of this license, and retain no copies of the font upon completion of the work.
You may not make the font accessable to any other third parties or distribute the font by any means not outlined in Section Four.

4. Embedding and Linking
4a. You may embed the font into any electronic document (such as a PDF), provided that document is not editable by the recipient.
4b. Web Embedding
4b.I. Flash
You may embed the font into Flash provided you use the highest level of protection in regards to the embedded fonts.
4b.II. @font-face CSS
You may not embed the font using the @font-face CSS selection. A license addendum allowing @font-face usage is required.
4b.III. Other Web Embedding
You may not convert the font through the use of any other technology.
4c. Application Embedding
You may embed the licensed fonts into a computer application or game for an additional licensing fee.

5. Modifications
You may import and alter the outlines of the font in a drawing program (such as Adobe Illustrator).
You may not alter, adapt, modify, translate, or create derivative works based on the licensed font itself without JTD’s prior written consent.

How many licenses do I need?
One for each computer on which you expect to be installing the font.

Can I modify your typeface?
Yes! Although, if you want to modify any of the fonts in font editing software, it would probably be best to contact me because wouldn’t it be easier to have the designer of the typeface modify it?

Can I use your typefaces on the web?
My typefaces are available for web use at Typekit but if you would prefer to host them yourself, contact me before ordering for access to the hand-hinted webfonts and to work out any licensing arrangements.

Can I use your typefaces in my App?
Just contact me before ordering for access to the hand-hinted webfonts and to work out any licensing arrangements.

What if I need to license your type for more than 100 users?
You are able to license up to 100 users through the online store. For cases above 100 users, contact me before ordering and let me know the number of users and locations so I can send you quote.

What makes your font a “Pro” font?
This seems to be different for every foundry. In my case, “Pro” means that the typeface includes IPA support (and more). As all of my fonts include Central European language support and a host of OpenType features (such as oldstyle, lining, tabular and proportianal figures), “Pro” really just extends the language support that much more.

Do you offer student licensing?
That depends… contact me and it’s very likely we can work something out.

What if I have other questions?
Just contact me and I’d be happy to answer them for you.