Buyer’s Guide: Emigre EULA

EFounded by Zuzana Licko and Rudy VanderLans, Emigre is a digital type foundry and publisher of the design journal Emigre magazine. Based in Northern California, Emigre was there, in the eye of the storm, when the Macintosh computer was first introduced in 1984. As part of a small group of believers, Emigre used the restrictions of low resolution output to create inventive new typeface designs and layouts. Here are some EULA Highlights you’ll want to keep in mind if when you’re licensing Mrs Eaves, Solex and/or any of their other wonderful fonts.

Basic EULA Rights

  • Desktop use supports up to 5 devices at 1 location.
  • You may extend your license to support more devices and additional locations.

Restrictions

  • You cannot share the font with users that do not have a license for the same fonts.
  • You cannot embed the font on websites, flash, or within applications without additional licensing.
  • You cannot distribute the font files outside of the licensed location without additional licensing.

See Emigre EULA

If you have additional questions you can always email FontShop’s Support Team for help.

EULA highlights will be posted every other Monday. Next up is exljbris.

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