Licensing

Out Of Step Font Company typefaces are made available under six (6) license types. Users can choose from one of the following license types:


When would I need a Standard User License?

Have a great idea for a T-Shirt? Making prints to sell in your store? Creating a logo for a website or app? Get a Standard User License, and you'll be able to use your font on an unlimited number of projects and graphics.

  • I want to use the font on my own computer or computers.
  • I will to be using the font in applications like Microsoft Office, Photoshop, or Illustrator.
  • I will be using the font to create and print documents.
  • I will be using the font to create logos and other graphics, for use on the web, in print, or in a mobile app.
  • I will be using the images I create to earn income.
  • I will not be embedding the font into any document that I will be selling.

EXAMPLES

Logos and art that will be printed, shared, sold, or otherwise distributed either as a physical product (art print, flyer, t-shirt), or graphic file (.jpg, .png, .tif).

NOT PERMITTED

Embedding the typeface into PDFs like e-books, magazines, infographics, or other documents that are then sold requires an Electronic Publications License.

Embedding the typeface into a website requires a Webfont License.

When would I need additional Standard User Licenses?

You'll need one (1) Standard User License for each laptop, computer, or tablet where the font is installed.

 


When would I need a Multi-User License?

I require the privileges of a Standard User License, for a maximum of five (5) users, one (1) server, and one (1) printer.

When would I need an additional Multi-User License?

If the number of users, servers, and printers exceeds the number of users, servers, or printers for which I am licensed.


When would I need an Electronic Publications License?

Publishing an e-book, or selling PDF downloads using one of our Fonts to render headings, paragraphs, or other areas of text? Then you'll need an Electronic Publications License:
  • I am releasing an ebook, eMagazine, or eNewspaper.
  • I have created a PDF and will be charging people to download it.
  • I have created a PDF and will be giving it for free to paid subscribers.
  • The document that I am releasing has the font embedded into it, not just included in the graphics or logos.

When would I need an additional Electronic Publications License?

For each separate electronic publication, including a new issue of the magazine or newspaper, and revised or updated publications.

When would I not need an additional Electronic Publications License?

The additional publications that I am creating are regional variations (specific to a geographic location), or format variations (specific to an eReader or phone manufacturer).

The revised or updated publication is offered free of charge to prior customers.


When would I need a Webfont License?

I will be using the font to format web pages by linking to it in CSS using @font-face.

I will be installing the font on my web server.

The font will only be used on websites and domains controlled by me, or, if I am a web designer, on the website of a single client.

When would I need an additional Webfont License?

For each additional client.

Is there a limit on Pageviews?

All webfonts are offered with no limitations on the number of pageviews.


When would I need a Mobile Application License?

I will be developing a mobile app for Android, Windows, iOS, or other mobile application platform.

I will be embedding the font into the application, and not just including the font in the graphics or logos.

When would I need an additional Mobile Application License?

For each additional application.

For each additional mobile application platform.

When would I not need an additional Mobile Application License?

The additional applications that I am creating are regional variations (specific to a geographic location).

The revised or updated version of the application is offered free of charge to previous customers.


When would I need a Server License?

I am designing a browser-based application, such as HTML5 or Flash.

I am hosting the webfont on my server and will be serving the webfont to an unlimited number of clients.

I am designing an online utility that enables customers to personalize goods or files for their own purchase or download.

When would I need an additional Server License?

For each additional server installation.

For each additional browser-based application.

For each additional online personalization utility.

When would I not need an additional Server License?

For installation on development servers.


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