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EULA

Indices : Terminology : End User License Agreement (EULA)

A legal document that outlines the licensing terms for a particular software. These terms usually list the manners in which the software may or may not be used. In regard to fonts, there are several common topics that Foundries must consider allowing or disallowing. Among these are: Number of Output devices covered by license, server installation, back-up copies, embedding, distribution to a service bureau, modifications, transfer of license, &c.

For a detailed understanding of the issues surrounding EULAs for fonts, read Tiffany Wardle’s article The Case for a User Friendly EULA.
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Altered Ego Fonts

Altered Ego Fonts is a division of Sooy Co.

AEF sells their fonts through Fonts.com, FontShop, and Myfonts.com.

Retail library includes:
Acolyte
American Spirit
BenderHead
Chevron
Eclectic Web
Eclectic Pixel Web
Eclectics
Greenbriar
Lil Milton
Veritas
Verve

Fonts sold through another foundry include:
ITC Coventry (ITC)
Adobe Verve (Adobe)
Arkeo (Bitstream)

Contact information:
Altered Ego Fonts
Tel 440 322 5142

CharactersFontFoundry

Indices : Foundries : Characters Font Foundry

Founded by ReneVerkaart in 2004, Characters Font Foundry is an independent Dutch type foundry, designing and selling high quality public- and commisioned typefaces. CFF fonts have been used for corporate identities, websites and packaging.

Besides being a self-taught type designer, René Verkaart is the co-founder of Stoere Binken Design, a renowned Dutch graphic design studio based in Maastricht, The Netherlands.

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Hoefler & Frere-Jones

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Indices : Foundries : Hoefler & Frere-Jones

Since 1989, Jonathan Hoefler and Tobias Frere-Jones have helped some of the world’s foremost publications, corporations, and institutions develop their unique voice through typography. Their body of work includes some of the world’s most famous designs, typefaces marked by both high performance and high style.

In 2004, the Hoefler Type Foundry entered its sixteenth year as Hoefler & Frere-Jones. H&FJ continues to work with brand leaders in every sector, developing original typefaces and licensing fonts from its library of nearly 1,000 designs, and it publishes fonts exclusively through its New York sales office and its web site at www.typography.com.