Wedding month is almost over, but desktop licenses are perpetual. So when choosing a font with flair keep that in mind because you’ll be able to use the font throughout the years.
Laura Worthington is a foundry that creates many script fonts with great characters and we’re focusing on her EULA this week. As with many script fonts, you want to pick a font that will work in the programs your are using. Read up on tips on how to pick a script font using non-design programs and how to design in those programs. Laura Worthington fonts are great because they look fantastic using any programs, especially when you license the TrueType-flavored OpenType versions.
Basic EULA Rights
- Desktop use supports up to 5 CPUs and 1 printer at 1 location.
- Creation of static images on any surface is allowed.
- Only “Personal or Internal Business Use” is allowed.
- You cannot share the fonts with users or printers that do not have a license for the same fonts.
- You cannot embed the font into a Website or Application.
- You cannot use the font in Broadcast or Film.
- You cannot use the font in a “Commercial Product”.
If you have additional questions you can always email FontShop’s Support Team for help.